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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LHHBRIDGE HERAID Odobor 26, 1972 Anglicans see 'woman's role outside their priesthood I.O.NDON (Keulerl ('cm- is breaking out in the Church o[ Kngliiml over propos- lo onhiiu as priests. Tiu> Geiitrnl Synod of Ihc church is lo study an olficial next nionlli urpinp it to vv.isulcr While tryins to nr.ccd view of Iwlli sides of the it sins, ''Tlic tragedy of' uiih we have never discrimination is that il coiro to terms, arc weakens I lie liuinnn race as n wounded by tire thought of 'women SI. Paul, in his epistles, says I if Sweden's established I.n- Iliat women shcr.ild kec-p silent ihoran Chu-cli provides any ex- _ atnplc. no major changes in the "II tlici'c is anything that j attilnde of the Anglican Church they desire to know, let them women will lake place with- nsk (heir husbands at home. ou( u long political wrangle. c.iso, I he report attacks Iradi- 1 For it is shameful for a woman j wore only ordained in lic'iial church altitudes and age- did inlerprctalion.s of the Bible. have weighed against I'Tiuchig women into Ihc priesl- hoccl. The antlior of tlic report, Chn.stiEm Howard, a leading to speak iu churcli." Sweden in I960 alter a fight The report noted that "Jesus' I lasting nearly years. relationship to women was in considoraWe cof.l.'ast lo Ih? i customs and conventions of his i gests that [lie Tho. report diurclnvom.in. admits to being real reasons for net accepting v.omcn ns priests may be more in favor of tlie reform. Leading clergymen assisted Howard in (lie production nf (he repcr-l, which crilicizcs harriers erected against women invading what has hitherto men's territory. "Viewed objectively, the bar- riers appear anomalous v-d ab- SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOILESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Lid. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 sinister Ihan those usually ad vanced. "Is it is ex] real bar lo The men's sexuality Thi? c-liniax of I ho political in- [iglHing came in September, 1P.YT, when the Swetlisli cliurcli jisscmlily, (lit1 Kyrkomoclet, 10- jci'tcd the of women. Government inter volition fol- lowed, and a freshly ejected symbolism which Kyrkomcclet Us pred- v cc'ps.sor's tlecisici] the next I c year. Even so, Swedish bishops only became prepared (o ordain j ivomcn two years in 19GO. compaiiies wonianlKXxl is otle gentle and humble, but it is also the report savs, FL'terring "lo vntches always being iclontiticd as female. "Arc there hidden parts of us Police aid robbers 'An i n e liable breakaway ien cnurcn- oppo.sinR women's onli- TUCUMAN, ter) Eisht Argentia (Rcu- policejnen were arrested for allowing prisoners out of their cells to commit rob- beries, then selling the stolen gocds and splitting the cceds, officials reported. pro- nation, was immediately formed. Tn Swedish law only an over- all majority among bishops, clergy and laity is needed for a change to be accepted in church. In England, however, changes require a separate ma- jority in each governing body of the Anglican Church: in the house of bishops, the house of clergy, and the house of laity. Legislation, therefore, mn> prove even more difficult ir England. It's going to be close. If all our sympathizers vote, WE WILL WIN BUT THEY DON'T COUNT SYMPATHY THEY ONLY COUNT VOTES, VOTE ANDY RUSSELL Tnleried by lethbrrdgc Federal Liberal Aiioc. espionage charge is denied VOTE WASHINGTON (API Ilic chairman of President Nixon's campaign committee has ac- for the first lime the existence of a special cam- paign fund. But he denied tlio money WAS ever used to li- Goveniment revenues MAIL BOMB LETTER Police pliolograp h of Idler addressed to President Nixon, said to contclin explosives. A similiar Ictlc r addressed to U.S. Secretary of Defence Melvin Laird and Secretary of Slate William Rogers. The lellers were found in the sort- ing room of the posf office in the Israeli fr onlier town of Kiryat Shmona, near ihe Le- banese border. ews stage protest increased OTTAWA (OP) Momlwrs of Ihc Canadian Zionist Feder- ation demonstrated in front of (he Soviet embassy loday pro- testing a tax placed on Jews wisliing to emigrate from the Soviet Union. About 125 delegates attending the third biennial ccnvenlion of Hie federation tried to present a Population to explode BANGKOK, Thailand (Ren- ter) By the year 2000, Asia's population will explode lo more people than the world's total population in 1970, a study re- leased here predicted loday. It will go up to 3.7 liillion people. The world's total popu- lation in IB7C was 3.6 hillion. The study, by the Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East states: "It is the rapid decline in mortality following the Second World War which has changed the course ot demographic hislory." The report finds a striking difference between the more developed and less developed parts of the world in [he per- centage increases of population oreseen for tire entire century between 1900 and 2COO. In the more developed re- lions, population is expected to rise by 153 per cent, compared wilh 3C5 per cent In the less de- veloped regions. STIFFEN WEDDING RULES. ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) The Roman Catholic Diocese of Al- bany announced yesterday that starting Jan. 1 couples under Zl years of age must receive two to four months of counsell- ing from a priest to determine whether they are mature enough (or marriage. Bishop F.dwin Broderick Raid the aim is "to prevent the heartbreak of a marriage hastily enterec and soon ended." petition lo the Soviet ambassa- dor lo Canada, hut were not in- vited through the [cncc sur- rounding the embassy. Most of the executive o[ the organization participated in the lalf-hour-long, orderly demon- stration. Henry Steinberg, convention chairman, rang the hell at the entrance [o the embassy, when he failed to get entry, read the text of the peiition. 'The ransom tax follows upon a scries of intolerable ha- rassnients, political per- secutions, arbitrary dismissals from employment ajid com- mittal (o 'psychiatric wards' and labor camps for Soviet Jews and their he said. Mr. Stcinljerg said the Soviet OTTAWA (CP1 The gov- ernment spent ahnut 5700 mil- lion more in the first six montlis this year (han they did last year, but revenues also in- creased substantially, the fi- nance department reported Fri- day. In its regular monthly slate- ment on government financial operations, the department saitl revenues outstripped ex- penditures by S6J10 million dur- ing the first six months this year. Last year during the January lo September period, there was a budgetary surplus of mil- lion with revenues of bil- lion and expenditures of SG.4G billion. This year, six-month revenues totalled hillion while expenses amounted to billion. In September this year, the government took in billion and .spent slightly more for deficil of million. There was a deficit of S82 million in Sep- tember, 1071 as expenses reached just less (ban bil- lion and revenues 51.1 billion. n a 11 c c political espionage against Democratic presifciilial hopefuls. Clark MacClregor said In a television interview Thursday that the money was a "carryover" from the 1SG8 presidential campaign and some additional funds conlrib- itled in 1H71. He said Hit; fund was used for "preliminary planning for the primnry clcc- Lions." A commitlce spokesman said later (lie money was not left over from lint was contrib- uted in 1971 and early Ihis year for ]TOSsible primary use. The General Accounting Of- ice has reporled the Nixon campaign had on hand n fund of at least whosa ami disbursements vcre unaccounted for. Tho Washington Post has reported lie fund contained as much as which was used to fi- nance the Watergate break-in ajid for a effort to disrupt the campaigns of Democratic presidential con- tenders last spring and mer. Union is beings as trading if they human were com- NEW AIRPORT OTTAWA (CP) An Air- port at the new Ynkron terri- tory town of Faro, 100 miles north of wilt be de- vclopec'. wilh the help of a 000 federal grant, the depart- ment of transport has an- nounced. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC IDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capilol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-768-1 modifies to be bought and sold and is terrorizing people by the head tax. Demonstrators sang and chanted as they stood across from the embassy. About delegales arc at- tending the convention. Kincjtand, INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH VOTE VOTE VOTE O IU t- O A Man Of The Land O A Man Of The People o ELECTION NIGHT CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS ERICK SEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT PHONE 327-5744 Anyone needing a kcbysilter or a title lo the polls phone 327-7544 INSERTED Br LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION IU H- o VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE ;