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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdntiduy, Junt 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIOGE Pope completes 10 years of troubled papal reign VATICAN CITY Paul VI completes 10 years of a troubled papacy Thursday and, despite challenges to his author- ity from within the church, has given no indication he intends to relinquish any of his powers as spiritual leader of the world's 600 million Roman Catholics. The 262nd Pope, former Arch- bishop Giovanni Montini of Mi- lan, lacks the popular appeal and grandfatherly image of his predecessor, John XXIII. But Paul brought changes to the Vatican that John only envis- aged in his five years as Pope. Pope John called in general terms for an "updating of the church. Paul, 75, brought the changes. Paul has shuffled the Vatican bureaucracy, bringing in younger men and more non-Ital- ians and retiring prelates head- ing dioceses at age 75. And he has decreed that cardinals over 80 may not vote in a conclave to elect a new Pope. In a change affecting all Ro- man Catholics, Pope Paul ruled that masses can be said in the vernacular instead of Lathi. Although anti-Communist, Pope Paul has improved the church's relations with Eastern countries. HOLDS DIPLOMATIC TALKS Pope John received the daughter and son-in-law of then Soviet Communist chief Nitata Khrushchev in what amounted to a social visit But Pope Paul sat down with Soviet President Nikolai Podgorny, President Tito of Yugoslavia and Roma- nian Communist chief Nicolae Ceausescu for serious diplo- Middle East and Northern Ire- land. On the other sids of the coin, Pope Paul's stand on priestly celibacy has led some priests and nuns to leave the church. His stand on birth control has brought him under heavy attack from those who feel it is anachronistic and unrealistic in the light of a world population explosion, particularly in fast- growing Roman Catholic Latin America. But on this issue Pope Paul has shown another side, too. He has told priests to absolve Cath- olics who have confessed to having used artificial birth-con- trol methods. "Human weak- ness must be taken into ac- Pope Paul has sad. Throughout his 10 years, Pope Paul has consistently pursued the goal of Christian unity. He has moved to heal a centuries- old rift with the Orthodox Church, with the Anglican and other Protestant faiths. POPE PAUL matic talks. The Vatican has since established diplomatic re- lations with Yugoslavia and reached agreements on bishops with Czechoslovakia and Hun- gary. Pope Paul also has taken up the role of peacemaker, mak- ing repeated calls for ends to the conflicts in Vietnam, the Backs government TEHRAN, Iran (AP) For- eign Minister Chi Peng-fei of China has expressed support for Iran's fight against subversion, and urged Tehran to counter the influence of "some of the- big powers in the Persian Gulf Chi made the statements in a Tehran speech, the text of which was released yesterday. Marxist-Leninist guerrillas op- pose the Iran government. Chi's statement appeared to deny any Peking involvement in the guer- rilla activities. Domed city is planned ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) A gioup of Indiana businessmen announced plans today for an air-conditioned, domed city dedicated to clean environment, personal relationships and abo- lition of war. The ety would be built inside a 20-storey vinyl dome at a cost of million, they said. Joseph Szalay, a South Bend, Ind, clothing designer and president of the development group, said: "The city is de- signed to be a high density ex- perimental community, a labo- ratory for the latest advance- ments in science, technology, the humanities and the arts Szalay said the self-contained city, complete with exhibit areas, hotels, restaurants, of- Lces, apartments, stores, a medical centre and schools, would cover 100-acre area near Walt Disney World. He said it would be called World Peace Exposition THERE'S STILL TIME TO JOIN THESE EARLY BIRD WINNERS These are the winners from the fourth Early Bird Draw held June 19th. A TOTAL OF 00 IN PRIZE MONEY! The final draw will be held August 25th for DRAW A First Prize LILY WHITEHEAD, McBride, B C. Second Prize BARRY BOULETTE, Balmertown, Ont. Third Prize REAL DUROCHER, St. Albert, Alta. Consolation MAX EHLERT, Edmonton Consolation W. A. CAMPBELL, Edmonton Consolation G. ANTONI, Edmonton Consolation M. SOMMERS, Victoria, B.C. Consolation K. KODCBSKI, Edmonton Consolation G. TAARNES, Sherwood Park Consolation VERA BRADSHAW, Edmonton DRAW B First Prize C PFANNMULLER, Mayerthorpe, Alta. Second Prize A. MANNES, Edmonton Third Prize NICK SZATYLO, Edmontoi, Consolation R. KONOJACKI, Edmonton Consolation JOHN BAKAY, Edmonton Consolation E. GRIMM, M. GULICK, E. GRITTNER, Rycroft, Alta. 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