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October 9, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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, Qefdtor It 1911 MOM ITA«, MOM, AllAN1A1 Any Cardinal Can Succeed Pope Pius VATICAN clfY (AP) - the friaH Who will succeed Pope' Phis Ull hiay be any of Ihe eatdifials of the Romah Catholic* dhufeh, of pel-haps eVefi a prelate who is Hot a dai'dlhal. the 55 cardinals will make the selcclioh. they Will gather behind locked dooi-s at the! SiSlihe Chapel. the hew Pope itiUst be elected by a ttijaoi-ity of ofte more thah hi. All the Popes, have 'beeh Italian tat 400 ydai-s< afld most specula* rfem leaders ift the chtirch. is aft old v sayihg about ;AENGIEH LAST NITE 6:30 - 8:30 •••*•• tti»»« F » RER DOLORES MICHAELS STARTS FRIDAY Hey Kids! Here's the One You Have Been , Waiting For,. e ._ Starring Jim Davis - Allison Hayes PLUS — — COMING SUNDAY — "THE FIEND WHO WALKED THE WEST" Will Be Loose _,in Hope ;" *1te wfc<J eht§fs~ the eoficlsve 1 Isaws it cardinal." it means tfidie ffi&sl talked about a§ ._. cafidiatSs are Seldom elected. It is Vefy possible the heJtl PopS will be a prelate hot 6Veh eofisid* efed In Valicafi circle as a cah' didate. SUll, some hafhes stand out. Most proitiihenlly mentioned afhohg hoh •• Italians is Gregory Petei- Cfif-dihal Agagtahtari, fttiS' Sifsh'bbrH balHai'cii of Afmehla, who Was chosen by Pope Pius Itist June Id succeed Safhuei dardthal Stfileh as pro-prefect of the CoH' fegalioh for Propalalioh of the Faith, Bearded dardlhal Agaglarilafy 63, is the Catholic Chui-ch's fofe» most expert oil the Soviet Onion, and communism. As a represeh* taliVd of the Eastern rites of da' Iholiclsm, his appointment might sti-Cngthett ties With the East. Another foreigner sometimes mentioned is ah Australian, Nor* man Thomas Cardinal Giiroy t 62, partly because of ah old prophecy that the next Pope U'ouid be "shepherd and sailor." Before be coming a priest he served as a telegraph operator aboard a war> ship in World War 1. .Prominent among the Italian possibilities is Archbishop GloVaiv hi Battista Mohtinl of iMilam, 01, who turned down a cardinal's red hat in 1953 to remain close to Pope Pius as pro-secretary of state at the Vatican. During his serious illness oufr yetirs ago, the Pope named Msgr. Monttni to head the Milan Arch- pastoral experience to his long add ministi'ative experience within the Vatican. Another potential candidate is Giacomo Cardinal iLcrcaro, 06, archbishop of Bologna, who or- gahied 'z'Fiying Friars" In'radio* equipped automobiles to help counter the threat of Communism in Italy, The youngest is Giuseppe Cardinal Siri, 52, archbishop of Genoa, a brilliant scholar and also supporter of social reform measures- Other possibilities include: •Marccllo Cardinal Mimmt, 76, former Archibshop of Naples and now a member of the Roman Curia. Eugene Cardinal Tisscrant, 74, French-fborn dean' of the College of Cardinals. Ernesto Cardinal Ruffini, 70, Archbishop of Palermo, a noted scholar. Crisanto Cardinal lAiquc, 69, Arch toishop of Bogota and Colombia's first cardinal. Man Dies From Gunshot Wound HOT SPRINGS, Ark. CAP)—Will Woodall, 78-year-old Kirby resident, died at a hospital here yos- ferday of a gunshot wound he received in a hunting accident, po- Jice said. Officers said Woodali's son, John, told them his father was shot in the head while hunting neni Murfreesboro, Identity of the pei- son who fired the shot was unknown, the officers said, ! •£ t-~v W*H •.^n.E'-ift.e- ^ft*.l'^ J -^-* < . TELEPHONE TALK By Vance Smiley, wir« chi«f, Hop*, Ark. Congratulations Bobcats Bobcat football team has certainly proven that they arc n scrapping outfit", and deserves the support of every resident o£ this town, both young and old, You, who saw them soundly beat Texaj-kana lost Friday night, will have to admit that the Coaehes and team lived up to the rating .given them by some of th<? sports writers, that thpy are one of the best high school teams m the state. -PJayine top.noloh football is like furnishing" good tejcr phone service, You just nevpr stop trying,' It lakes good material, good coaching, hard work and tjie wij.1 to win, We, at the telephone pffice ' want the coaches and tpam to Know that we are supporting thcjn one hundred percent, } For Husbands Only 4 suspcc(, some wives will sneaH a peek at this simply ,'caubo It says, Foi Husbands Orily," But just this once d Ul?o to have a maivto msn taWi with a|l husbands vacations wife is or ... 1-np you ve always pj a -new car, " > | preamins's i'ino, but H HSHHUy t^>kc| a Jot of to makp a big dream conic true, However, little iaH<? less tinie, in fact, just a iniijutp pr two, go here's my hint for Jjusb.an.4s , , . qi'der an extension phone in color foi" Uie bedroom. 1'H guarantee that " will perk UP your v/Jfp's moral Jike a n?>J hairdo o\- A -- iiat. 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