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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Women's ordination declared invalid Natural gas case arguments slated CHICAGO (AP) The ruling body of the Episcopal (Anglican) Church of the United States declared invalid Thursday the ordination of 11 women to the priesthood, then withdrew formal church charges against three bishops who ordained the women The impact on the women's ministry was not immediately determined They voluntarily had refrained from ministerial duties as the request of their superiors until the ordination question was resolved The resolution by the House of Bishops decried the action of the three bishops, as well as a fourth, who publicly supported the ordinations, which took place on July 29 in Philadelphia One of the ordained women said she will fight the ruling "I'm still a said Rev Carter Heyward of New York "There's no question about it in my mind The validity of our ordination is not up in the air, but what we do about it is She said the women will meet to determine their course of action The resolution urged that the church's general Lewis plans to lecture OTTAWA (CP) David Lewis, defeated personally in the July 8 election, plans to lecture part time in his remaining months as New Democratic Party Leader but hasn't decided where He has had offers from sev- eral universities including the political science department at Carleton in Ottawa, but no decision has been made, a former aide said Thursday The spokesman said the NDP leader likely will announce within a few days which position he will accept "But it's only going to be part time He plans to remain very active for the party Although unable to sit in the Commons, Mr Lewis will speak vigorously for the party until his successor is chosen at a leadership convention, probably next year or 1976, the aide said Ed Broadbent, MP for Osh- awa Whitby, has been appointed parliamentary leader until a new party leader is named ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents The Hit Musical DAMN YANKEES (A Dick Mells Production) YATES CENTRE AUGUST 20 to 24 p.m. Matinee August 24, p.m. Tickets at Leister's SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CAROSTON Mayfair Theatre "YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE" in color Starring Sean Connery Friday, Saturday, August 16 and 17 Friday shows at 7 00 and 9 00 p m ADULT FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre 'THEY CALL ME TRINITY" in color Starring Terance Hill and Bud Spencer Friday Saturday, August 16 and 17 Friday show at 8 00 p m ADULT PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PAPER MOON' Starring Ryan O'Neal Friday, Saturday, August 16 and 17 Friday shows at 700 and 9 00 p m ADULT__________________________ SATURDAY DISCOUNT BOMBSHELLS Pack of Six DUO-TANG FOLDERS 1 Dozen Pack PENCILS MODEL HOBBY KITS 444 Prestone ANTI-FREEZE 1 Gallon On Sale From 8 p.m. Friday until 6 p.m. Saturday, while quantities last. KRESGE'S convention reconsider the question of women's ordinations at its 1976 meeting but it rejected an amendment which would have approved women priests We express our con- viction that the necessary con- ditions for valid ordination to the priesthood in the Episcopal Church were not fulfilled on the occasion in the resolution said The charges were brought by Rt Rev Harold Robinson, diocesan bishop of western New York state, who made the formal presentation to Rt Rev John Allin, presiding bishop On Wednesday, at the opening of the two-day emergency session of the House of Bishops, Bishop Robinson said he was confident he would gain the support of at least 50 of the 225 bishops representing the 3 2- million member church Named were Rt Rev Robert DeWitt, who resigned earlier from the Philadelphia diocese and now edits a church magazine Rt Rev Daniel Corngan, retired bishop of Colorado and Rt Pev Edward Welles, retired bishop of the West Missouri diocese Blend of old and new No, it's not a scene from the mystical Kubla Klan it's Edmonton at sunset, a light plane approaching the industrial airport and the majestic silhouette of the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St John's Stelco calls the shot REGINA (CP) Witnesses for Interprovmcial Steel and Pipe Corp Ltd (IPSCO) told the federal steel profits inquiry Thursday that many of their prices are effectively set by the Steel Co of Canada Ltd Basically, we play the game of price said Ipsco President Jack Turvev Stelco sets the price and we follow He explained that in 1968-69 Ipsco suffered from a price war with Stelco and since then LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 52nd ANNUAL HORTICULTURAL and FLOWER SHOW 4H Building, Exhibition Grounds Sat., 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sun., 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Entries close August 15th and must be in the hands of the Secretary by that date Entry Forms available from Mrs 8 Wolstencroft 726 22nd Street North Lethbndge Staging of exhibits may be done the evening of August 16th and up to 12 noon on Saturday August17th Attractions include displays by local companies and establishments Hobby craft displays will be a feature by members of the local Horticultural Society The annual Banquet will be held upstairs in the Exhibition Davihon on Saturday at 6 p m The Gardener of the Year will be announced at 8 p m Saturday evening Awards won by exhibitors garden and lawn competitors and junior gar deners will be presented at 4 p m on Sunday August 18th at the 4H Building Exhibits will be accepted from anywhere m Alberta and the Public is cordially invited to see the show rated as one of the best m Alberta HOTEL RED COACH LOUNGE NIGHTLY NEXT WEEK BETH AND CINDY TAVERN nightly "LARRY JOHN" AN Ptaw-327 3191 HOTEL Ipsco has not tried to undercut the large Ontario company "We re very anxious to maintain the best possible relations with them After commissioner Williard Estey termed it odd that Ipsco would raise its price on a product to match a Stelco increase due to factors that do not apply to Ipsco, Mr Turvey replied We re in no position to take them on by underselling them Mr Turvey also said that a factor in Ipsco pricing is their target of a 20-per-cent gross profit margin, although this could be undercut when neces- sary to maintain sales of a high volume product A statement filed bv Ipsco with the inquiry shows forecast net earnings of 054 030 on sales of 129 767 for the nine months from Mav, 1973 to September of this year Much of the questioning con cerned the relation of Ipsco profits to investment in the company Mr Estey noted that Ontario steel companies had recommended a return of 10 to 11 per cent on assets while commission counsel William Anderson said Ipsco s 1972-73 profits were 12 7 per cent on that basis Mr Turvey, however, said Ipsco has largely bought used equipment and thus would have much lower investment than other companies in relation to its production If jou are going to penalize the guy who tries to cut thf corners on the capital costs then what s the logic of the game7 Mi Fstov 'xfiTinp to Ip- src> purchases of ust'd equip mcnt iokmglv termed it the junk dealer in the steel makme business THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Friday, Cabaret: "Jack Wyte-Brldgetown Trio" Saturday, Cabaret: "Blue and Rounders" Vlmy Lounge: "Bridgetown Trio" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUEStS ONLY LEGION ZONE CAMPOUT AND GOLF Saturday, August 17 Sunday, August 18 Keho Lake OTTAWA (CP) Arguments on whether the National Energy Board acted properly in ruling out testimony on natural gas supply during a pipeline appli- cation hearing will open before the Federal Court Monday The date was set Thursday when lawyers for the board and Union Gas Co of Chatham Ont and other interested parties appeared before Mr Justice Alex Cattanach Mr Justice Cattanch said he realized the urgency of the case but was unsure because of summer holidays, whether he could find a judge to handle the matter on short notice However after a 30-minute recess, the justice said he had found someone to hear the case and it would open at 10 a m Monday Union Gas says the energy board should hear evidence on the general supply of natural gas in Alberta before it decides on an application from TransCanada PipeLmes Ltd for permission to expand sections of its pipeline The board ruled against such evidence during a hearing last week TransCanada told the board it needed more capacity to handle additional natural gas supplies purchased in Alberta by Greater Winnipeg Gas Co and Gaz Metropohtam Inc of Montreal However, Union Gas contends that removal of the additional gas from Alberta may affect future supplies to existing customers of TransCanada They point out that TransCanada admits there may be a supply shortage in two or three vearb Greater Winnipeg and Gaz Metropohtam both say the matter should be dealt with as soon as possible The Montreal utility adds that unless government approval of the application is received by Aug 26 it max lose its suppliers in Alberta During the hearing Thursdav Mr Justice Cattanach said he would not grant orders at this time quashing the proceedings before the energy board or prohibiting the board from concluding its hearings on the case David Scott lawyer for Union Gas said he had not expected an immediate ruling on the requests However. lawyers for the board said that was what Union had asked for in its notice of motion to the court Mr Justice Cattanach said all parties who took part in the B.C. plans police college VICTORIA (CP) Attorney General Alex MacDonald announced Thursday the provincial government will be establishing a British Columbia Police College to be used for the training of all municipal policemen beginning in 1975 Until the new college is set up Mr MacDonald said the government will launch a two- pronged attack on the training of municipal forces First of all in order to upgrade the training of existing constables and officers the RCMP has agreed to accommodate about 200 municipal officers in their scheduled training courses this vear in Ottawa and Victoria The government of B C will assist each municipality paung all normal travel and accommodation costb while tli> rtCMP will pick up the direct cost of instruction, Mr MacDonald said far as training new recruits, he said the government will subsidize each municipality' maintaining its own police force by providing per day for each iccruit in a full-time training program that is approved by the B C Police Commission Mr MacDonald said it is expected most of these recruits will be trained at the Vancouver Police Academy which will be gradually phased out once the new police college is established board hearings have a right to appear before the court But the court had no provision for mtervenors and they would have to be associated with either the applicant, Union Gas or the respondent, the National Energy Board and TransCanada Lawyers for both The Con- sumers Gas Co and the Ontario energy minister said they would appear on behalf of Union Gas Joining the board and TransCanada are Greater Winnipeg Gas, Gaz Metropohtam Alberta Gas Trunk Lines Ltd, Pan Al berta Gas Ltd Saskatchewan Power Corp Rio Algom Mines Ltd and the attorneys- general of Quebec and Manitoba Mr Justice Cattanach said he expected the court hearing on the case would take at least two days to complete FIVE JAILED SALISBURY (AP) Five Alricans were each ordered jailed for 25 vears bv the Rhodesian high court for recruiting persons for guerrilla training The judge ruled that the names of accused and wit- nesses mav not be published Antique Bygone Sale Saturday, August 17th, 1 00 p m Viewing Friday, August 16th, 7 to 10 p m Catalogues available AUCTION BLOCK 2507 2nd Ave N Phone 327-1222 paramount NOW SHOWING _ thru TUESDAY The greatest love (bug) story ever told! KIDS ANYTIME HEIEN KEM bTEPANIE TECHNICOLOR JOHN KEENAN HAYES BERRY POWERS MclNTIRE WYNN CONTINUOUS SHOWS SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS FIRST SHOW AT 2 P.M. paramount cinema NOW SHOWING at p.m. "IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY AND WITH THANKS, THAT IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC MOVIE? FAMILY I me M09Q2 ne THE THREE MUSKETEERS TECHNICOLOR PRINTS BY Df EVENING SHOWINGS ONLY! NOW SHOWING at p.m. HE HAS EXACTLY SEVEN MINUTES TO GET RICH QUICK' CLINT EASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT'l .__ RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT green acres drive-in Adults TONIGHT thru SUNDAY Gates open at p.m. One complete show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN WARNING COARSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT HIT NO It "RED SUN" with Chirtu BFOIKM ;