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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian church papers face declining circulation By NICHOLAS COTTER in Toronto and MaU Canadian church publica- tions probably would repre- sent a profitable sector of the ELrtle print medium iffr nancial success in publishing depended only on the spirit and enterprise of the publishers. The church newspapers and magazines are, in many in- stances, tenaciously trying to halt sliding circulation fig- gures. At the same time, they are attempting 1o improve their product in the face ol sharply higher production and distribution costs and, in most cases, an inadequate ad rev-i enue base. Innovations in the church press are constant. The Cana- dian Register, a Roman Cath- olic weekly that claims na- tional circulation, last launched an eight-page Ital- ian-language edition called La Voce della Domenfca (The Sunday Voice) for Metro To- ronto's Italian-speaking com- munity. The supplement's ini- tial run of copies may be increased to a week in a year. The Canadian Churchman, which is the national monthly Gives up profession and name to find peace in Krishna cult TORONTO (CP) Hyman Zuckerman found his life un- satisfying so he changed his name toRasananda Das Branachary and instead ot practising medicine he be- came a disciple of a