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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g, THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, October IB, 1971 RC church told 'clean own house9 Prize dog dying of cancer nui v earn fees after death When is a budget not a budget? VATICAN CITY (APi goes against Scriptures KonKtn Catholic synod of tradition" he said. ops has opened its debate priestesses, social justice with a report are only names for ing Hie diurch to clean its of deacons, priests and Deaconnesses helped The paper, read Thursday by Archbishop Teopisto Alberto y Valderrnnia of the Philippines, suggests that the church's administration of its property sometimes led to ''an accumulation of wealth that causes identification of the church with the rich and powerful, while reducing her credibility when in church but never administered Sacraments." But the 79-year-old prelate upheld the value of married priests, saying that in Poland under Communist persecution one married priest he knew was influenced by his wife and cbil-ren to keep the faith while his brother, a celibate priest, de- rloes speak out against to atheism. and to promote The report calls for church to sweep the dirt from its own house and to aid prompt action instead of treating into lofty rhetric. "We're not looking for first aid but for strong medicine, and, gets surgeov' more money It also urges a searching study of the pay, benefits and EDMONTON (CP) Atlor- working conditions for the j ney-General Mervin Leitch an- church's own employees and the j nounced here that the cabinet church's restrictions on freedom approved a special warrant of speech and thought among its providing an additional members. ooo for the legal aid. plan in Al- CIIARGES NATO NATION'S Derta. .Archbishop Alberto's report jt brings the government's charges the North Atlantic na- i contribution to legal aid to lions with exploiting the devcl- j S900.000 for the fiscal year end- oping nations economically and j ing next March 31. assails all economic, cultural Mr. Leitch said the special and political domination of warrant was approved in line weaker nations by stronger! v.-ith the government's phil- ones. osophy "to provide, through a The paper also says that: i well administered legal aid racial and ideological j plan, assistance to those per- discrimination must be elimi- sons who are unable to pay for nated so the poor can progress necessary legal services." and become more product iv-c. In a n o t h e r announcement, given by wealthy na-1 Premier Peter Lougheed said tions to poor ones should be con-; Deputy Premier Hugh Homer sidered a responsibility and not! w i 11 be the minister-in-chargc just "charity." I of the Alberta Emergency Mea- a small part of man- Eures Organization, kind benefits from the cultural! in unregulated i Moroccans young free markets is the main source of oppression in the world The month-long meeting, now at its halfway point, has been RABAT, Morocco (Eeuter) More than half the population of Morocco is under 20 years of age and nearly half is under 15, official estimates published here say. In mid-1970, there debating the priesthood. Speak- ing Thursday, Josef Cardinal Slipyj. the Ukrainian Rite prel- were people, of whom ate freed in 1963 from Soviet i 56 per cent were under 20 and imprisonment, denounced the j 47 per cent under 15, the csti-1 idea of women priests. mates said. 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Johnnv. owned by Hank Shecly of Dallas, was 1970 na- tional field trials champion. Sbeely said Johnny earned in stud fees fast year. Johnny's sperm is being fro- zen in pellets the size of a pencil eraser cmersed in liq- uid nitrogen at a temperature of 300 degrees below zero. Sperm preservation by freezing is not uncommon in humans and some types of livestock. But, until Dr. Ste- phen Seagcr developed his technique, it had never been done successfully with a dog because canine sperm is more delicate. Dog breeders say stud serv- ice for a dog of Johnny's cali- bre is about ?200. REMINDER OF CHIANG TAIPEI (Reuter) One mil- lion buttons bearing the port- trait of Nationalist Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek are being air-dropped over the Chi- nese mainland to mark his 84th birthday Oct. 31- OTTAWA (CP) After Fi- nance Minister Benson's Thurs- day night statement about tax cuts and massive spending pro- grams, the question arises: When is a budget not a budget? Just about every opposition MP referred to Mr. Benson's statement as a budget. The gov- ernment officially describes it as a statement. Mr. Benson himself said it was a statement, but at a Thursday night press confer- ence he referred to it, on three occasions, as a budget. He cor- rected himself eventually. Then on Friday, Prime Minis- ter Trudeau, on two occasions during another press confer- ence, called Mr. Benson's pres- entation a budget. Then he added, "I guess you can't call it a budget" "Yes, I would call it a says Stanley Knowles, I (he New Democratic Party j House leader. "Of course, on technical grounds it isn't." What difference does it make? The answer is six days of de- bate. Whenever a government bud- get is presented, a ways and means motion is presented to the House and six days are set aside for debate on the finance minister's document. The budg- et is prepared in utmost se- crecy, reporters are effectively locked up in a room with the budget until the minister is ready to speak, and crowds begin lining up hours in ad- vance to hear the good, or bad, news. And sometimes the budget contains no tax changes at all. But on Thursday night, when Mr. Benson's statement in- cluded tax changes and spend- ing programs amounting to billion, it was all done casually. Opposition parties received cop- ies of the statement an hour in advance, and there was no un- usual excitement about what was happening, except that the normal nights. By a.m. the debate had ended. Had this been a budget there would be six more days of it. Government sources have made it clear that the budget debate requirements were tlio major factor in deciding that Mr. Benson's speech would be in the form of a "statement." At first, there was talk of the minister making the statement, crowds were bigger Uian on without any prior fanfare, dur- Como breaks arm WEST PALM BEACH, Fla (AP) Singer Perry Como, 58, was in satisfactory condition in hospital here recovering from a leg fracture. Como is a resident of nearby Tequesta. Fla. It was not revealed how he broke his leg. ing the daily period set aside for "motions." This would have allowed one representative of each opposition party to re- spond. Liberal House Leader Allan MacEachen decided on utilizing provisions for special debates. This would allow an all-night sitting, if MPs wanted it, and eliminate charges that opposi- tion members were denied an opportunity to speak' "They got around it very nice- said Mr. Knowles. In any event, and regardless of the importance of Mr. Ben- son's document, it can never be officially known as a budget. ON SALE: OCTOBER 18th to 23rd While quantities last! 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