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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Synod told married men have place in priesthood VATICAN CITY (CP) Mar- idination lo Ihe ibaconatc ried men have a place in the priesthood of married men Jloman Catholic priesthood, created a problem among Eastern-rite patriarchs h a v told tire third world synod said celibacy "should be as the special charisma for !n a synod speech that it is." Maxim 'Hermaniuk, patriarch added that rite metropolitan of Winnipeg, 1 there is a special priestly attacked 'he Vatican's working both celibate and paper on Ihe topic of the Hermaniuk nart hood, presented earlier by the bishops' conferences in eph Cardinal Hoffner of countries should de- whether to have married "The text stops with the sertion of the fittingness of Bishop Johann bacy for the ministerial of Graz-Seckau rebutted hood, while it says nothing by Poland's Stefan Ihe fittingncss of marriage Wyszvnski and Eng- the he John Cardinal Heenan, The Eastern-rite system had urged the synod not lo keeping both married and much time on the priest- bate priests, he said, is topic and had minimized thentically Christian and crisis of priestly defections. IN ANGUISH Archbishop Hermaniuk, 59, Weber said the church himself stop blaming "outside The Eastern rite, a small including the mass nority of Catholicism's fiOO e d i a f o r this crisis. He lion adherents, has allowed "Priests are in anguish. married priesthood for two cannot be treated as im- lenium. The ordination of children." ried men for the Latin, or Jozef Cardinal S'uenens of era, rite was halted in the a leading liberal critic the Vatican, attacked the Maximus Hakim. Melchite working paper on the triarch of Antioch, as unsatisfactory. He today the thesis of that Belgian bishops Hermaniuk. He said: "The drawn up a new 46-page Demand sovt. intervention in Imperial Oil REGINA (CP1 The intervention in Imperial chewan Federation of and the Saskatchewan radical Waffle group. steering committee has MLA John Richards of for governmental called on the provin- into an Imperial Oil government to nationalize last week to reduce its refining industry in Saskat- In addition the Oil said last week committee of the would close present small re- Party of Canada called for on the Prairies and refinery to be taken over its refining opera- operated as a crown in Edmonton by 1975. tion, if Imperial Oil Imperial should be told it killed not shut down and if it gees i _ ahead the government should rjj intervene, said the committee in a statement. WETASKIWIN (CP) "Imperial Oil arrogantly Lester Davis, 40, of Cal- us, just as it has done in was killed in a two-ve- Latin American countries, collision on a district road it will do what is best for here. Davis was the driv- profits, not what is best for of a car that collided with said the tank truck. Harold Petter- A statement from J. R. 19, of Millet, the truck dri- can, SFL treasurer, said was in good condition in SFL demands federal here. document. It was not known whether this Belgian document would advocate a change in Uie celibacy rule. The working paper strongly upholds Pope Paul's view that priesU may not marry, but the Pope has left the door open to discussion of a suggestion that men already married be al- lowed into the Western-rite priesthood in countries where there is an extreme shortage of priests Advisory board on way EDMONTON (CP) Federal Health Minister John Munro saays he will take steps shortly ot set up a national advisory body to help government get a beter over-all view of the health needs of Canadians. Such a group, he told the As- sociation of Canadian Medical Colleges, would ensure that' the "views of our the con- sumers of health services, are heard. Much had been done, and was being done, by his department and by other professional groups in the medical health field, but new ideas were needed because "we all have our own axes to grind." "To really do this job we must go outside governments and the executives of major na- tional health organizations. "For one thing, we must have an input from 'the cop on the beat.' the health practioner in the field. For another we must get the views of our clients, the consumers of health services." The national advisory body, to be called the Canada Health Council, would not replace exist- ing communication channels be- tween the federal and provincial health departments and major national health organizations. It would mix the views of public servants, health professionals and individual citizens. It would take a long-range view about eventual co-ordina- tion of new elements such as community health centres, re- gionalization of hospitri facili- ties and new emphasis on public health measures. Tueidoy, October 5, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGt HKAID 19 I Atlantic crude oil find hailed HALIFAX (CP) The dis- the drilling acreage in exchange tc veil' of crude oil off Canada's for exploration capital. Atlantic coast was reported for the first time Monday and Pre- mier Gerald Regan of Nova Scotia immediately hailed the find as "most significant." Tiie announcement said the well, known as Mobil Tetco E-48 discovery well, was started last May and a month later, Mobil reported natural gas and con- The crude oil, accompanied j densate flowing to the surface by natural gas and condensate, j of the bleak island from a depth was discovered during tests con- j Of 5.900 feet. A ROYAL INTRODUCTION Queen Elizabeth, wearing wide-brimmed hat, intro- duces visiting Emperor Hirohito of Japan to Duchess of Gloucester; her son, Richard; the Duke of Kent (in uniform) and his wife, the Duchess of Kent. This took placs on the emperor's arrival in London for a three-day slate visit. Behind them, Empress Nagako of Japan, wearing white hal, partly obscured, meets Ihe Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Anne and Prince William of Gloucester. ducted by Mobil Oil Canada I id. at the siic of a well sunk on the extreme western tip of cable Island, an ever-moving sandspit about 175 miles east of here. "There's oil cff our coast, and that's big news for Nova Sco- Mr. Regan said. The Chronicle-herald earned an cght-cclumn banner head- lire four inches deep "Its oil." The premier said it cci'Jd take up to two years to find the ex. KM of the reserves, but Nova Seotians will have trouble re- straining their enthusiasm over Monday's announcement. Mobil Oil revealed the discov- ery Monday in a joint announce- ment with Texas Eastern Trans- mission Corp.. with whom Mobil has an agreement that trades I certain rights and interest in The drilling program ended in August when a depth of 11.820 feet was reached and testing was begun at various levels as Ihe drill was withdrawn. West Berliners may get break WEST BERLIN (Reuter) West Berliners may be able to cross the Wall to visit relatives in East Berlin at Christmas, a West Berlin official said to- day. Reluming here from five hours of talks with East Ger- man officials, West Berlin's chief negotiator Ulrich Mueller told reporters there is reason to lie optimistic about crossing the Wall at Christmas. Joint drug plan in the m OTTAWA fCP) Tlv federal government is considering joint programs with the provinces to deal with ding abuse, Health Minister John Munro fold the Commons. He was replying to questions from David Orlikow (NDP- Winnipeg North) who referred to a federal study that warned that use of heroin is becoming a major social problem in On- tario. Mr. Munro said studies show that the problem is not confined to Ontario. The studies going on would help Ottawa to pinpoint areas where it could get the most for its money in such joint pro- grams. Outside the Commons, a de- partment spokesman said a ser- ies of five regional reports on i drug prepared last summer for the health department will not be made public. He was commenting en a pub- lished report on the Ontario study which said heroin use in the province was becoming widespread. The spokesman said the On- tario report, prepared by Maur- ice Barker of Toronto, was part j of the health department's sum- i mer employment program, which employed 250 students j during the summer months. i The other four re- i ports deal with drug use in Uie j Atlantic provinces. Qusbec. the Prairies and British Columbia. He said the Ontario study, j "has no scientific merit what- ever and leaves large gaps.'1 "There is enough hysteria 1 about the drug problem already I and to put out furl her incom- pletc information about it would only further upset the public." V7.IJONAN HEMBROFF YOUNG EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION FAIR AND REASONABLE TAXATION CONTINUED AND CONTROLLED ECONOMIC GROWTH HEMBROFF, W. Yaughan X MARRIED 4 CHILDREN RAISED IN LETHBRIDGE ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY AFFAIRS ALDERMAN 3 YEARS Inserted by W. Voughan Hembroff Independent candidate for City Council Only one iu Alberta 32 new pupils for kindergarten CARDSTON (HNSl When, Educational Council and an in-1 the Lee Creek Educational terest shown by several of the j Centre Indian Kindergarten j local parents, plans were set in j opened its doors this fall there were 32 new pupils enrolled. These pupils were white town students that were to be included in the Indian Kinder- garten for the first time. motion to integrate the kinder- garten. To accomplish this, the co- operation of several organiza- tions and individuals was re- quired. Last spring, starting with a These included the Blood request by the Blood Band Band; Indian affairs; Ron Gent, supervisor of Indian af- fairs for the Blood reserve; Cardston school division trus- tees superintendent Grant Matkin; Dr. Calvin Durphy, di- rector of instruction, Cardston school division; Mel Cottle, principal; and the Cardston Kin- dergarten Association. Since there are no provincial funds available for kindergar- YOUR HOSPITAL BOARD CANDIDATES Don Le Baron W. P. Skelton Blame Thatcker Stan Verlinden Qualified and nominated at a public meeting they solicit your vote. Be sure to mark your ballot for LeBaron, Skelton, Thacker, Verlinden, Group Participation Independent in Decision INSERTED BY CIVIC GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION ten, each parent pays a month- ly fee to defray the added cost. The 32 white children, add- ed to the 53 Indian children, re- ceive a completely integrated regular kindergarten program. In addition the Indian pupils receive another one-half day instruction in Indian culture and language readiness. The teachers, Mrs. Marie Zemp, Mrs. Jutta Vander Heide. Miss Viola Blackmore, Mrs. Eleene Quinton and Mrs. S3Tlvia LaDuke feel the pro- gram is progressing nicely. The pupils, including 431 Indians that make up the student body at the Lee Creek Educational Centre, create the only completely integrated ele- mentary school (kindergarten through Grade 6) in Alberta. Senators waul on prison mailing li.sl j OTTAWA