Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1969 · Page 8
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I · HwtfmwM ArkmtM HMIS, MM., April 21, 1H* MVITTIVILI.C, MKANMt r our Americons Named World War II Allies French President Charles De Gaulle, who resigned his post Sunday after a national referendum was defeated, was a constant burr under the saddle of Ihe allies during World War II. At the Casablanca summit conference in 1943 were, from left, General Henri Geraud, French commander in North Africa; President Franklin Roosevelt: De Gaulle and Prime Minister Winston Churchill. T h e four men met to plan the war against Nazi Germany. (AP Wirephoto) aul VI created 3$ new cardi- alt today, giving younger men id seven more nations a place the highest council of the Roan Catholic Church. The Pope had named the 33 relates on March 28. Today. 53 embers of the Sacred College Cardinals met in secret con- story with the Pope and gave eir approval to his choices. The meeting in the consisto- al hall of the Apostolic Palace, rst of three consistories this eek, lasted only 15 minutes. It xpanded the Sacred College to 4 members, the largest num- aer in history, and increased the umber of nations represented om 39 to 46. Immediately after Pope Paul nnounced the 33 names and re- sived the vote of approval, iree cardinals set out as papal essengers to notify the new ardinals waiting in three build gs near the Vatican. FOUR AMERICANS The new cardinals included jur Americans, giving the Unit ·d States 10 members of the Sa- ·ed College for the first time, ic new American cardinals Archbishops Terence J. ooke of New York. John J. arberry of St. Louis. John F. earden of Detroit and Bishop ohn J. Wright of Pittsburgh. Among the others are eight Six Persons Drown In State Over Weekend Bv TIIF, ASSOCIATED PRESS ) Sit persons drowned during flic weekend in Arkansas. A father and liis. son, W. A. Davis. 42. and Mitchell Davis, 9. drowned Sunday evening in a small stock pond near their residence in the Batazia com- jjiunity six miles west of Harrison. ' Authorities snid young Davis was nn a hmnomade raft when Sis font, slipped and lie fell in. Donald Davis, 15. told authorities he was fishing on the hank when his brother fell in and that he jumped into the water. He said his father pushed him toward the raft and then attempted to aid his brother. The two bodies were recovered about an hour after the mishap. Eddie Lee Davis. 10. of North Little Rock drowned Sunday while fishing from the bank of the Arkansas River near Nort Little Rock. Officers said the boy's body was recovered shortly after th accident. The body of Ewel Padgett, 51 of North Little Rock was re covered Sunday from iprin Lake in Prairie County. 0 ficers said he was checking motor on a boat Saturday whe the hoat capsized. 3 BIG DAYS Monday-Tuesday -Wednesday REPHAN'S Pink, yellow, orange, green LADIES PANTY HOSE (Reg. $1.95-$3.50) Now Ladies' Sportswear NIT TOPS AND PANTS (Values to $10) Now Ladies' :OTON BLOUSES (Reg. to $6.00) Now One Group LADIES DRESSES (Values to $42) 3 pairs $1.00 $100 ea. $2.00 25%-50% OFF f ABRIC CITY CLOSEOUTS . . . REGULAR STOCK: · Regular $3.98 Bonded Acrylic Plaids · Regu'c. $3.98--$5.98 54" Spring Woolens · Flax Suiting with embroidered panel. .. .Regular $4.98 · Many other odd lot collection:. all... !/2 PRICE SPECIALS: · 45" Terry cloth prints and solids. .. .reg. to $2.49 · 100% cotton canvas prints . .reg. $1.98 · 65°» kodel, 35"--,p rotlon permo press prints. .. .reg. $ · 65'i dacron, 35":-. cotton plaids ..reg. $1.98 all ... 88c yd. Wid« ENTIRE SELECTION Of ilM'VJff Hug* selection SPRING DRESSES \rt . \ Reduced ANTHONY'S famous brand . . .sim 28-38. .first quality MCN'S HOPSACKING JEANS (Reg. $8.00) $4.76 Pope Paul Creates 33 New Cardinals VATICAN CITY (AP) - PqwIUHwi. three Frenchmen, two Spaniard*, two Brazilian!, a Canadian, a Mexican and the tint cardinal! to be named from Korea, Guatemala. Madagascar and New Zealand. The Pope'* choices also continued the internationalization of the Church's top rank by reducing the Italian proportion of cardinals from 32.6 per cent to 30.5 per cent. The new men also bring the average age of the cardinals down from 71 to 68 years. The new selections also increase the power and prestige of diocesan bishops around the world and give developing nations a greater place in the highest council of Roman Catholicism. Only four of the new cardinals are members of the Vatican Curia, the central government of the Church, have been nuncios, the Four Vatican's ambassadors abroad, 24 are archbishops or bishops and one is a Jesuit theologian. TWO NOT ANNOUNCED In announcing his nominations on March 28, Pope Paul said he was also designating two other cardinals but was reserving their names "in pectore." in his heart. This is a procedure employed when a prelate is, in a Communist country in which his promotion could increase his problems with the government or when the prelate U In » key Vatican pott From which hli elevation would remove him. Until Pope Paul announces the identities of the two men, they will not become cardinals. At the final consistory, to be held in St. Peter's Basilica on Thursday, the Pope fives each cardinal his ring of office end celebrates Mass with them. Pope Paul has gradually been lurtailing the pomp and regal trappings of the ceremonies. First he eliminated sword earers and gentlemen in waiting. This year he ruled out the cardinals' broad-brimmed gale- ro hat, their red shoes and silver buckles and their ermine- lined cappa magna, or great cape. Notes Birthday BERLIN (AP - Rudolph Hess celebrated his 75th birth day today just weeks short p completing his 28th year in Spandau prison where he is thi only inmate. Adolph.Hitler's former deputy fuehrer is described as mentally alert, physically sound but lone ly and bitter. He still hopes tc be released some day. Hess was sent to Spandau in 1946 after being sentenced to a life term by the Internationa War Tribunal at Neuernberg. Thomas H. Henderson said Friday Politer had expressed interest in the school and it expected to bring "Ms work, wealth Mid wisdom" to the board. Dr. Henderson said the actor as no previous connection with the university but has worked with the trustees and has accepted a three-year appointment to the board. 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