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Palm Beach Post, Thurs., November 14, 1968 Da Soviet Navy Buildup In Baltic Scares Bonn Clergymen In England Concerned Over Lack of Available Recruits The report proposed smaller colleges of 80-100 students associated with university centers. Plans are being considered for ecumenical colleges at Manchester and By OMER ANDERSON BONN (NANA) While the Atlantic Alliance's attention is turned to the Soviet Navy's buildup in the Mediterranean, Moscow is pressing a simultaneous show of naval force in the Baltic. The Bonn government believes the concentration of Soviet naval strength In the Baltic holds more immediate danger for NATO than does the buildup in the Mediterranean. The Bonn defense ministry reports that the Soviet Union now has around 150 warships on permanent station in the Baltic. This is double the number of vessels the Soviet have LONDON (AP) Leading churchmen In England have voiced grave concern about a lack of recruits into the ranks of the clergy. Two hundred Roman Catholic laymen, members of the Serra Clube an international association whose aim is fostering vocations met in London in the past week to discuss the problem. John Cardinal Heenan, in a message to the Catholic weekly The Universe, blamed the affluence of present-day life for much of the trouble. "The present shortage is so acute that some people are recommending panic measures," he said. "The most commonly suggested remedy Is the abolition of the celibacy of the clergy. It is incredible that anyone can believe that a married clergy would solve the vocation problem." Asserting that Anglicans and Protestants were In even worse straits, the cardinal suggested that the real trouble was that Western civilization has too many aids to comfort. "Citizens are bombarded with advertisements to prevent exertion of any kind. They are called labor-saving devices," he said. "The great problem is how to plan leisure." At a Church of England assembly the Archbishop of York, Dr. Donald Coggan, said more than half the Anglican rni im r had in the Mediterranean, even at peak strength. The Baltic total includes units of the East German and Polish navies, which are being given an increasingly larger role in the Kremlin's Baltic naval strategy. The Soviet Union has assigned four of its newest missile-firing cruisers to the Baltic, along with a dozen new missile-armed destroyers. The defense ministry reported that 75 Soviet submarine have been logged by NATO passing between the Baltic and the North Sea in recent months. The Soviet Union indirectly has confirmed its naval buildup in the Baltic by protesting plans of Denmark to link several Baltic islands off the Danish coast with a causeway. By accident or design, the causeway project would block channels used by Soviet naval craft in passage between the Baltic and the North Sea. The Bonn defense ministry said NATO authorities are in agreement that the puroose of clergy used to be graduates of English universities but the proportion has dropped to 35 per cent and seems likely to drop further. The Church has to make up its mind whether it wants as many clergymen as it can get, regardless of their intellectual capacity, or Insist on a "learned clergy" as in the past, he said. Bishop Laurence Brown of Warrington presented a report which showed how the decline in candidates for ordination affected the Church's clergy education system. He held out little hope of any improvement in the near future. At present the Church of England has 24 theological colleges with 1,314 places but only 940 students, 15 per cent of them 30-40 years old. the Soviet buildup in the Baltic is to Intimidate Scandinavian countries, along with the federal republic. Communist propaganda is threatening West Germany with amphibious landings on West Germany's Baltic beaches in any new conflict. A recent article in the Soviet navy's newspaper "Red Fleet" warned the Scandinavian countries: "The Soviet Union and its allies now dispose of powerful amphibious combat forces which have stripped away the Insular security relied on by hostile elements in the Scandinavian countries, and in West Germany, in their plotting against the socialist countries. The Bonn defense ministry said the "Red Fleet" article apparently referred, aside from the fleet elements, to the presence in the Baltic of one or more helicopter carriers of the Moskva class. The Moskva has been operating in the Mediterranean, but a similar carrier has been observed in the Baltic, and there are reports that Moscow plans to assign to the Baltic a second copter carrier now under construction. Sale Rate Of Autos Increases DETROIT (API-U.S. auto sales moved up 14 per cent during the first 10 days of November compared with last year's similar period, despite a 10 per cent slip in sales by the industry giant, General Motors. The four major U.S. automakers GM, Ford, Chrysler and American Motors sold 209,504 cars during the eight-selling-day period this year for a daily rate of sale of 26,188. That compared to last year's figure of 206,810 over nine selling davs for a daily rate of 22,979. ' General Motors, which has been plagued by labor troubles a 13-day strike at its Buick plant in Flint, Mich., and an unresolved Fleetwood Fisher Body plant strike which started Nov. 4 in Detroit sold 116,102 cars during this year's period. The GM figure compares with 143,219 cars sold during the like period last year. Ford, on the other hand, showed a 227 per cent increase over sales during the Nov. 1-10 last year, when Ford was in the middle of a long strike. Ford sales during this year's carlv November period were 55,139 compared with 18,983 last year. Chrysler also experienced a sales drop: 32,515 sales during the period this year for a daily sales rate six per cent lower than, last year's, when 38,906 cars were sold. American Motors, lagging far behind its big brothers, showed an increase from 5,702 to 5,748. IT'S HAPPENING ( I AT THE 1 J STERLINT. HU.M.E ( 1 773 Y I.AKK MAI). ( NOHTII PAI.VI HKACII J 1 "MUSIC Ml ELY" I jSuu. GUY & DENNIS I Theaters Today "INTERLUDE" 0SKAR WERNER BARBARA FERRIS - IN COLOR - College Players ELK'S FISH FRY FRIDAY, NOV. 15TH-6:30 'TIL? ALL VOL CM VAT 1.23-11 KS A f.l liST B.P.O.E 1352 6th & Olive West Palm Beach JIM PICKARD AND THE COUNTRY ROAD RUNNERS Featuring JOEV WAYNE TRIO oivi i c iioi;i:e: i: vi: H'.IQ OkwrhotW Itwiid COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSIC Fur Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure Palm Beach Jr. Present .THURS., FKI., AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. "PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME!" Actors Workshop presents NOVEMBER 14, 15, 16, 17 ft 1 t fill JR. COLLEGE AUDITORIUM 0.1 f III. ADULTS $2.00 STUDENTS $1.50 BOX OFFICE Dinxtod by PHONE 965-6300 FRANK LEAHY BRIAN FRIEL'S comedy success PHILADELPHIA, HKHL I CO.MK! directed by KING PAGE W ed. thru Sat. Nov. 20-23 8:30 p.m. tickets $2.00 members FREE 832-5191 w BUSINESSMEN'S SPECIAL 1 !(S 44 Covoanut Row Palm Beach 833-5761 H 1,111111 .JlUt- 1 SOON CUNT EASTWOOD "COOCAN'S BlUFF" R THIS IS THE TRUE STORY OF THE SELF-CONFESSED BOSTON 8:00. 10:00, "Sugar Daddy." 3:00. 5:00. 7:00.9:00. RIVIERA "Duf(y,"7:30.9:4O. BEACH (DRIVE IN) "Odd Couple," 7:110, 10:45. "Guide for a Married Man, "9:15. BOULEVARD DRIVE INI , "Invasion of Animal People." 7:00. 'Conqueror Worm." 8:40. "Terror o! Blood Hunters," 10: 15. DELRAY (DRIVE INI "Barbarella," 7:00, 10:25, "Maroc 7," SKYDROHE (DRIVE INI "Russia With Love," 7:00, 11:30, "Thunderball,"9:15. TRAIL (DRIVE IN) "Young Runaways," 7:00, 10:25. 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