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Cardinals meet to choose pope
( ontinued frn Page II Again cardinals have stressed the two carbon copies," said Cardinal John
the decision to a committee of car- need for a pastoral pope but have un- Dearden of Detroit before entering the "It is the foreign cardinals who are
dinals. A pope also can be named by derlined that this does not exclude those conclave. "Pope John Paul had his own most convinced about the opportunity
"acclamation or divine inspiration," who have worked in the Vatican ad- special gifts and talents and his own of not shifting" from an Italian, said
but this has not happened in modern ministration, the Curia. personality." Cardinal Carlo Confalonieri, the
times. THE DEATH of Pope John Paul at The "papabili," or possible popes, in- knowledgeable 85-year-old dean of the
On Aug. 26, Cardinal Albino Luciani age 65 after such a brief reign also has cluded Italian Cardinals Corrado Ursi College of Cardinals. He and the 14
of Venice was chosen because of his raised questions about the ideal age and of Naples, Giovanni Colombo of Milan, other cardinals over age 80 are barred
hbl liti t f h siea malifitin t t tha S l t Pa nln dof Pnu l from the conclave.

Voucher proposal
prompts resistance

warm, u1 1 e quau es as a pastor of
his flock, in contrast with the
baickgr ound in the church's central
administration his redecessor, Paul
VI, brought to the pipacy. Pope Paul
di d Aug. 6 after a 15-year reign.

pyyia quamcatins Lu meeL ne
demands of the papacy. Traditionally
cardinals have shied away from
younger candidates to avoid the
possibility of a long pontificate.
"You must remember there are no

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Poletti of Rome, Giovanni Benelli of
Florence and Giuseppe Siri of Genoa.
IF THE cardinals look outside their
ranks for the first time in 600 years, the
choice could be Archbishop Anastasio
Alberto Ballestrero of Turin, a Benedic-
tine monk described as having many of
the same qualities as Pope John Paul.
Among non-Italians mentioned were
Cardinals Eduardo Pironio of Argen-
tina, son of Italian immigrants; Johan-
nes Willebrands of the Netherlands,
and George Basil Hume of England.

For the first time, non-Europeans
will hold the edge over European car-
dinal-electors - 36 to 55. American
Cardinal John Wright, who underwent
eye surgery two months ago, is voting
for the first time.
Cardinal Jean Villot, the papal
chamberlain who presided over yester-
day's Mass, told his fellow cardinals
that "God does not give us some sort of
total supernatural enlightenment - he
leaves freedom for the working of our
intelligence and will."

(Continued from Page 1)
Management and Budget points out
that a greater amount of money would
be needed if the proposal passes, since
private schools would have to be funded
as well as public institutions. The
department sets its "low estimate" of
the total funding costs a $2.2 billion.
"THE ONLY PEOPLE who really
support this are those who are paying
property taxes and sending their

Lansing-based Michigan Council About
Parochiaid. "That is what the Supreme
Court has said is riot right,"
Veldman, though, says he believes
the vouchers will not mean "excessive
interference" with the schools, because
"the money goes directly to the child
and not the institution."
MASTIE SAID another concern is
that if parochial schools are under state
jurisdiction, the schools would have to

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proposal won't save people money at all.
-Harvey Bertcher,
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children to private schools," declar'ed
Marge Mastie of the Washtenaw CAP.
A major objection to the proposal, as
voiced by the opposition, is that funding
private schools, many of which are
parochial, is stepping on the con-
stitutional boundary between church
and stae. "This is entanglement with
religious schools," said Kathryn
Boucher, Executive Director of the
Nurses certified
Eleven registered nurses from com-
munities across Michigan have
recently received special certification
in pediatric nursing from the
University School of Nursing.
Mary Sue Jack, director of the
school's pediatric nurse practitioner
program, says that a total of 95 nurses
have been professionally certified since
the program's inception four years ago.
Program participants, she says, are
typically registered nurses who have
been out of school and in practice for
several years, and return to' the
University for further specialized
education in the area of child health
care.

take similar approaches to education.,
"There is no reason to believe the
Catholic scholls won't have to teach
contraception," Mastie said. "ly's a:
little difficult for us to believe they
would be able to retain their'
autonomy."
According to Veldman, one purpose
of the proposal is to create competition
among schools for students, thereby
causing better quality education.
"Money doesn't influence the quality of.
education as much as the enthusiasm of:
teachers does," Veldman said. :
MASTIE AGREED that
"theoretically, that's nice-com
petition in the education market," but
said recruiting of students "could
become something ugly."
Both Robert Tisch and Richard
Headlee say they believe the voucher
plan would be compatible with their
own proposals-J and E.
Although Tisch calls the Headlee
proposal "a monstrosity," he said the:
voucher proposal would achieve the}
same end result as his own, plan-it
would cut property taxes in half.
Headlee said he has "mixed feelings"
about the voucher plan, as there are
"sound arguments on both sides."

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