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Friday, June 20, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

,r. June.0.19TH MC GN ALPgSv

Canadian Anglican Church will
allow women to become priests

NEW YORK (/) - In an his-
toric move, the Anglican Church
of Canada has authorized the
ordination of women as priests,
it was learned here yesterday.
The action came late Wednes-
day night at the Church's Gen-
eral Synod in Quebec City, Can-
ada.
THE STEP was expected to
have worldwide implications for
the Anglican communion at
large, which has branches
around the globe involving 45
million members, including the
Episconal Church in the U. S.
The Most Rev. E. W. Scott,
primate of the Canadian Church,
said its action "will have a sig-
nificant influence on other pro-
vinces of the Anglican com-
munion.", .
The issne of women's ordina-
tion has become a sharpening
controversy throughout the va-
rious provinces, or national
branches, of the Church.
IT HAS become a particularly
keen issue in the U. S., where
the irregular ordination of 11
women has stirred an intensify-
in strugale over the question.
The Anglican communion,
like the Roman Catholic and
Eastern Orthodox churches, af-
firms the apostolic succession in
its ministry, tracing its linetof
ordination to the time of the
apostles of Jesus.
Churches of that tradition gen-
erally have excluded women
from the priesthood, while most
major Protestant bodies have
admitted women to ordination.
T H E C A N A D I A N
Church, with about 1.5 million

members, became the first Wes-
tern body in that tradition to au-
thorize ordaining women. The
step had been taken five years
ago by the smaller Anglican
Church in Hong Kong.
The bishop of the Hong Kong
Church, the Rt. Rev. Gilbert
Baker, a guest in Quebec City
for the synod there, said its ac-
tion allowing ordination of wo-
men "will have quite an ef-
fect." -
Questioned about its impact,
he added, "After all, Canada is
one of the largest churches in
the Anglican communion, and

what they do is listened to."
THE VOTE on the matter
came shortly before midnight
Wednesday, after two hours of
floor debate. Both branches of
the bicameral legislature, the
lay-clergy House of Deputies
and House of Bishops, over-
whelmingly approved two reso-
lutions about it.
One of them reaffirmed "the
principle of the ordination of
women to the priesthood," par-
alleling a. similar expression of
principle approved at the pre-
vious synod in 1973.-

Washington protesters
remember Rosenbergs
(Continued from Page 3) vindicated," Fulmer said, as
"Our over-riding concern is several blue - coated FBI agents
that the Justice Dept. and the looked on impassively.
FBI do not again use conspiracy "They were electrocuted for
laws to harrass left-thinking ac- crimes we don't think they com-
tivists," committee spokesman mitted with evidence that's nev-
Dan Fulmer said. er existed," he added.
Although neither Robert nor
Michael Meeropol participated IN PART, the demonstration
in the protest, they have spear- was held outside the FBI offices
headed the most recent efforts because the agency includes a
to clear their parents' name. display about the Rosenbergs in
ROBERT, a University gradu- its public tour, during which a
ate, and his brother several guide describes the pair as
years ago publicly announced "known communist sympathiz-
they are the Rosenberg's chil- ers" and the alleged conspiracy
dren. Meeropol is the name of as "the crime of the century."
the family which adopted them But the committed demon-
after their parents were execut- strators contend that the Rosen-
ed. bergs became the victims of a
Presently the National Com- witch-hunt as the result of their
mittee is trying to get FBI docu- leftist views.
ments pertaining to the trial "I marched 20 years ago when
under the Freedom of Informa- they died and I'm marching
tion Act. "The stuff is coming now because I want the people
out only in drips and drabs, but to be able to know what the
when everything is known we truth is," said an elderly woman
think the Rosenbergs will be walking the line.

Dial-a-Ride expands

(Continued from Page 3)
ing growing public support for
Dial-a-Ride. He stressed that
"both systems complement each
other."
An interesting feature in the
plans for fiscal 1975-76 is a six-
month experiment which will
provide publicly funded trans-
portation between the hours of
midnight and 5 a.m. The experi-
ment, part of an anti-rape pro-
cram in cooperation with the
Veterans' and Yellow Cab com-
ponies, will allow the AATA to
Between Aug. 24 and Oct. 3,
1572, some 50,000 Huguenots or
French Protestants were killed
in the St. Bartholomew Mas-
sacre at the instigation of. Cath-
erine de Medici.

split the cost of late-night fares
with the passengers.
THE COST of the estimated
$20,000 program will be covered
by revenues allocated for night-
time Dial-a-Ride service. The
experiment is expected to begin
July 1.
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Winner of Academy Awards for best picture and best director, this
vintage screwball comedy concerns a wacky family which does anythino
it wants to do, and how it converts a business tycoon and his son to
their irreverent life style. Lionel Borymore in the performance of his
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