Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERA1D H, Nou-mlict 16, 1971 mountain jf CON Hiding advice lav. which has been much challenged of late. SOMK I'AVOlt fl'.I.IH.M'Y Back figures married bishops voted in favor of rctam- nri'AWA (IT) Thr federal lini; like government tuny be frrlini; like a iTludanl Santa Clans as a and society, social justice i-olitical participation parlicipanis i over I he w'c-rl" into the chief advij-orv i the government of tlic Catholic Church since i'epc Tani it An earlv church institution, it aco 'had function- ing'. Pope Paul called it into ix'inr; aoin in mK' every two years and give him opinions on the mas; serious problems facing the church with its million adherents. The Pope, as head of the church, is'not bound by (lie syn- od's deliberations but normally; tr. I" t-.rn-laie their wishes j into nrMon. i Ul-.l ISIdN NOT K Tlij- may not In: simple Pr.pr'n I'UI'K I'At L Weighs issues ing the celibacy law in the Latin of collective Kile par! of the Catholic Church whiie-collar i .by far the largeM wing- while employees who now stand to re- leaving a small section ol the eejvc totalling as church known as the Eastern imu.n million. Kite to continue its historically Tiie figure is only a rough cs- diffcrcnt hut traditional practice, timate but it is based on ths of nermiilir-g married clergy. terms ol live agreements signed The only bishop to come out Or negotiated since Sept 1.1 by stron-iv in the debate in favor i federal treasury board and of opfional celibacy was Bishop the Public Service Alliance of John C.ran of Oslo. Canada representing the work-, i Others open to the idea, but i ers. less radical, were the The agreements cover three- fro'ir Canada and the Primate i year periods effective rctroac- of Belgium. Leo Jozef Cardinal tjvely lo the fall of 1970. Sueneiis who has established a. Payment of retroactive in-1 i reputation for controversy in creases must be made no more i the church lhan 90 days after a contract is The discussion of celibacy and j signed. of a married clergy came dur- The government obviously es- i ing a two-week debate on one of peeled to be hit with a healthy the synod's two principal hill for hack pay. i t h e lii T h e Crisis in the Indications are. cr, that R o in a n Catholic Priesthood. it had hoped the item would which is losing about :I.OIK> make a much smaller dent than members a year. it will in the conlin- The was Justice i gcncy fund contained in the cur- in The World, covering an enor- rent budget to cover all ncgoti- I mcns range of subjects, de- atcd wage and salary increases signed In give bishops an oppor- AU'ARU liHKAKTIIKOK.II (unity to Miggest how the; For brcak- i church could play a more deci- i through was an arbitration 1 sivc role ui combatting injus- j ;uvarti (0 clerical and reg- i tice. nlatory workers which was Discussion of both themes down in mid-September ended with the drafting of two nv ;1 tribunal headed by Jlr. final syned documenls. Their i justice Andre M o n t p e i i t of led even in tpe- rec- ommended leaving the possibil-I to.ts were considered so uusat- Montreal, itv nper The-, then decided to isfaclorv by many bishops and The Iribunul ordered salar iiio Pope their .hurled by Pope Paul himself that they increases of eight per cent ret 10 make a were noi officially made public, j reactive lo Oct. I, 1H70. for th :1 After being approved: will he Mill no; do i- large 'lumiior s I'nder Ibis, single they were offered to the P lima priests must as private dociunonls for him to nsrlvcs to a life of' consul'. of 'Mind rrscrva projxjsal.> reservations well as the themselves, now are; 'being studied bv Vatican n-: perls. The Pope will have their anal VMS In help him decide how co propose (I yory. Thr- employees were cautious slump H Will pfT Cl'Ml uv (.hree-yeiir periori and raise the in i niiint m salary lo a year frcm Otboi' in the same bargaining jrroup were awarded nf between and seven per rent in the first year nf the enn'.racl. six per cent, in i he Mvomi >ear five per renl in the a three-year nf ciuse lo U1. per cent.. for the T'nbhc Srrvire frank CHECK THESE AND MANY OTHER WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Polaroid Colorpack Film f-ils all Polaroid land pock cameras for daylight or flash pictures.. Population There s no it was and equipment by only the dynamite under the log-jam "A per cent (luring 1971 coin- thai up over pared with an estimated lfi.l vear." one official per cent this year. interview. The total for 1972 is expected BKCA.MK i to reach S7.27II million com-1 the treasuiT board paw pared wilh J7.047 for 1U7I and j nlal arbitrators were going give awards of that size it Ihe past I'M vear." one nificial said in an More often than not if reflected in decisions with long- rr.nge repercussions. A good example of this is the pared for decision comprmies have to Sb'.sio in 1970. make a year or more in ad- The department said Ihe de-; became very reasonable." CKFFK iSneciali vance on how much money to dine in the rate of increase was He said the treasury board L such i influenced by a few "large re-1 had originally offered a first- Pride Christmas Wrap 10 of lovply Chrislmaj wrop. 26" by ladies' Slacks styles ond including fortrel. Good color selection. Broken Bang's. Girls' Hot Pants Features cotton sucdine and vesl with acrylic pullover. In colors of Rusl ond Navy. Sizes 4 lo TI -nit- of the ten- on capital projects such i influenced by a few "large re-1 had f ondinliv as plants and equipment. source and electric power pro-j year increase of two per cent. MIS of Canada i v' '.''for the companies it is a mat- jects'' on which expenditures The union initially had asked becoming as LIU. a jmp0rtance be-: will drop sharply in 1072 as the' for an IB-percent increase in a tabulateo. huge sums are involved projects near completion. 1 two-year contract and a rcduc- A release uj aausi _ -fntiiro of ,he, poor busincss gcn. in the work week to 33 ada tota1 on Jme l the on me l population of firm mild depend on the dcci- 1 erally arc also a factor. e now. Co. of from hours from -in. Three-year increases of close .1 to Hi per slightly ca? in favor of lower-paid groups- have since been approved or ne-'. gotiated for: 14.000 typists and stenogra- j pliers; workers in the data j Inco Chairman Henry S. Win- processing, telephone gate says tbi.s drop results from i and office equipment groups; continuing poor nickel sales. He! employees in flu; pro- predicted 8200 million spending: gram administration group. during 1972 on the strength of; Itcraitly. agreement was anticipated long-term growth in also readied on a new contract the market. for 4.500 employees involved in And Good vear Tire and Rub-! administrative services, finan- bcr Co of Canada Ltd. has just', c'ial administration, information announced an Immediate start i services and welfare programs, on a S25 million distribution i BOOSTS '10 awm centre in St. Laurent, Quo., in-1 The pay boosts will range creasing the company's capital t for these at the lowest j investment in the. province to SWI for_ top-rated of- more than S42 million. conu.act cxpil.cs 12 and The BigTaste TRADITION Rye Whisky ficials, among them welfare i senice officers who will be Anotner indication of the state j j u to S22m annually of the economy is that business I v i failures are on the upswing again. Dun and Bradslreot rtpoit lhat failures during Septcmhci ,1) totalled 216. the highest since t May and up 'J9 per cent, from the corresponding month a year j earlier. i Liabilities during September totalled million, up from I SKI.7 million in August but well below the million a vear i earlier. Failure.-, increased in all of oiK-rations with retailers and commercial services feeling the major part of the increase. MUM nw 'i.vnifi-1 s [f-r nirr I'raxria chief cdnnr re after the fall nf the lair Niklla Kliriishchcv has received i a new appointment as editor in chief of Soviet television's edu- cational and scienlifie broad- casts. The lalost edition of the monthly magazine Sliumalist said Pavel Salyiikov. who edited the Soviet Communist, party's inp from I" had .'iMi h.-cll mail'- .1 lin.-inl inrtnlK-r Ihc il.llr1 radio oJid tclcAIMOII coinIT.Ilist. 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