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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Fcbiunry M, 1972 Heath eyes Quebec solution as model for Ireland I.OXDON (OP) Tin' mil- of; Q'.ielHT in Canada's political MrucUuv is being considered by Urilish Prime MiiiisltT Heath ;i4 ,1 possible! muilel Itir a proposed jKililieal ivnsion .Vmlimi Ireland, a Hriii.-h offi- cial said here, Ih it is icily tin- MU-I of roiisidenition Ihe prime ler has in Ihe onion I .said. "Mul Mui difficulty is thai loo ripd an application ean per- peluati1 di.slinctions, You solve one only lo ore- ale anolher." lleat'n may have leady uilhin a or hut. the official said. It learned government cxprrl.s are Irving to adapt to I'll1 Irish Mliuilion some of Iliei principle.-, which far generations I e broadly pa-served police and eo-npei'ation between Knij- lisl'-spofdiiiif.; and FrenclHspeak- C'anadian.s. I'lidcr tin- 11 ri L i.s h .Vorlh Ani'M it: a Acl, the peuple Qiirhoc guaranteed seeu- rily in I heir religion and lan- guaRe, cuslom.s and civil Another act provided Quc'iec should have a minimum fixed representation of (i.l seals in Canada's I1 a r 1 i a m e ni. A! present, Quebec lias 74 re.pre- st'nlalivcs in Ihe 2M-nvjmber Parliament. However, Quebec i.s n peo- p1 apli ic entity. While the Roman Calhulics of Northern Ireland are concentrated in some counties, (hey arc spread anionM others. Heath has no plan of enooiirafjiiiR them lo draw into one specific region. Ilealli is reported lo feel thai replacing Lhn Proleslant monop- oly over executive power at Northern Ireland .so-called "com- inunal" govern men I miyhL have widespread appeal amrmg the TTiuiorilv Roman Catholics. At Ihc same time, he might be prepared lo .switch authority over Northern Ireland police and security from Slormont lo Urilish Par- liament. He inifihl also ease the Roman CaLholic-hatcd intern- ment policy and promise eco- vlcw o[ demands by some of their leaders for a united Ire- land. There is some .sutfKc.stion thai Heath secretly exploring the appeal of his ideas among Hi? general body of Roman Catholics and i.s in close loucli with William Cardinal Conway, nomic aid for the sagging i Roman Catholic primalc of All NorUicrn Ireland economy. Ireland. Constiliilionnl changes would give the Roman Catholics a Another concern i.s that the give me uoman uanuiucs a Heath proposals might cause a fixed lota! of Northern Ireland backlash among majority Prot- parlianienl-ary scats and a simi- lar proportion of cabinet porlfo- eslanls, feeling that Hcv.lh is appeasing Roman Catholic extremists and yielding to viol- Tlic (j ucs Lion is whether i cnce by the underground Irish Roman Catholics would, settle Republican Army, for such an arrangement in: However, there is sonic feel ing among Heath's men that the backlash may be more imagi- nary than real and that he has enough weapons at his com- mand to bring Prolnstant extre- mists into line. Northern Ireland i.s heavily dependent on Britain for economic and military aid. ThrcaLs by Ilealh to reduce both wcnld undoubtedly "orry the bulk of moderate Northern Irishmen. NESTING PARTNERS Eggs of the guillemot, a mem- ber of the auk family, ore fre- quently hatched by both the male and female silting on them at Uie same time. SPRING snow slil! knee-deep in [Edmon- ton but Iris McCnffcry obviously thinking of- spring as the e m p c r a I u r s climbed. No investigation n school hiss RED DI.CKH iCP The ed- ucation dcparlnient nut make a formal lion into a di.spnle over the ndmini- stration of lied Deer says Jim hosier, inmisler OL advanced education. Instead, representatives from the faculty, siudcnis anil the beard of rs v.iil for I; Iks, lu1 said. lie i'.upcs take place "as ynnn as sibly snmc'Lime !ale Ihis "k." M'r. Foster had three days in a pc-sonai crfcrt In break the the board cr the administraticn on and Iho faciiliy and on flu- other. Earlier. Ihc Lion asked for a dcp.'ir'Ln' inquiry into ihe affairs after both sindenLs and faculty were nearly unanimous in a vote of r.on confidence against Men yn mr.n and vice-president Dr. lion Pneiv. F'isicr tlie P.dmini- would not lie included in private talks because he fre's 'he- hor.rd i> responsible fur adiiiinslr.'-.inrs. A fu- service hold liere fur a dirccinr of Canada Takers died of "in. onlnoliL jrined Canada ;n iP.lfi in Hull. Quo. lie I'L'came Hull plant ihjmaecr ui and elected to Ihc hoard directors in MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE COLLEGE YEAR February 21 to August 18, 1972 .SludfMts can ccinplele one ycnr of university cr one year cf n combined Irons for pro- gram during tins period. 1 he yccr i'. divided inlo three sessions. Winter, Spring and SUIT-Tier. dents can lake arc offered: WINTER SESSION (Feb. 21 to April 21) Anlhropolagy 201 r i- L Anrhronolcgy 203 n nm Enabsb i Jo Drama 201 Drama 203 H.sfory 103 Drama 205 Mafhemuiics 1 Oj SPRING SESSION (May 1 to June 28) Archaeology 331 Archanology 333 Art 201 Art 203 Biology 201 Chemiiiry 101 Chemiilry 103 Econoniif. ?03 Engli-.h 99 Ennlish 101 Englisli 103 Geography 20 1 203 SUMMER SESSION (July 3 lo August IB) 201 Archaeology 203 Biology 101 Biolccjy 103 English 101 English 103 Hislory 351 History 3.13 Philosophy 203 Philosophy 205 101 Physics 103 Sociology Scciolotjy Regislration Dnncllinos Wimor Session-Exlnnclffl lo Fr-liruuiy 13, 1972 Snrinn April 2.1, 1972 Summer Session Juno 2o, 1972 For furllior rnformcition contact REGISTRAR MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA PHONE: 527-7H1 SIMPSONS-SEARS IION STARTS TOMORROW THRU SATURDAY. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY PLEASE. Robes 15-" Ladies' Group I. Reg. Group II. Reg. Choose from quilled i or fleece in your choice of zipper or bullor, closure. Good style and color selection. Sizes S M-L. C.99 Group III. Reg. lo U.99 This group includes polyeslor puff, flcuce, quilled and pile robes in a wide seleclion ol slylc-s and colors. Sizes Ladies' Lingerie .99 Reg. 53.98 to S9.98 Choose from Cot Ion, Corduroy, and PyrlnJ pants in a broken iiie color Srz'-s 2 lo 18. Ladies' Sporlswccir Jn-.-' Ladies' Skirts Reg. to Forlrnl, wool, roll or (.olofi. Broken innT Blouses mid Tops oncl Reg. lo Plain or printrd blouses tinr] pnr colors. Sizes Ji lo 13 onr.' -10 lo Lndirs' 4-" nnd Sportswear Assortment Reg. lo This rjroup includes blnmr1, Is, hoi pnnli nnd jacknls. tolor-. nnd 10 lo 18 nnd 5-M. Indies' Sporlswcnr Ladies7 Dusters 5.88 1 0.44 Group II. Reg. lo U Good nisorlmenl of fleece, pile and quilled dusten in zipper or button closure s'yles. Wide color selcclion. Sizes S.M.L. .44 .44 Group III. Reg. S6.00 lo Group IV. Reg. to Grouping laken from our regular slock, marked way down for great savings. Assortment of slyics, fabrics end colors. Sizes Ladies' Lingerie Girls7 Slims and Jeans and .99 A vnricty of girls' slims nnd in plain, prints and stripes. Broken size range. Girls' Weur Clearance GROUP I. H Reg. to i Pullovr.'TS, cardiyar.1., lung slec-ve meek nnd lurllcneck pullovers, and am includ- ed in iliis group. Assatinicnl of colors. Sizes S.M.L. GROUP II. Reg. to and cardigans, in wool, "nd ncry- lics. AssorK'd styles cind colors. S.M.l- GROUP III. Rog. Pullovers and cardicjons. Also a few 3-pco. liol panfs sols (ind 2-pco. !mickcrs sCli. limilnd .size and color range. Lnclici' Sporliwonr bitg Peignoir Sets 15 .99 Reg. to Luxurious sly I us n coMon or nylon, plain or prinled. Many colon, lo choose1 from Sizes S.M.l. Short Peignoir Sets 3.99 Group I. Reg. to 6.99 1 Shofl gown wilh matching duster in pcrma-presl or flceco fabrics. Good size and color soiecllon. Sizes Ladies' Lingerie Girls' Sweaters .SI9 nnd Group include bulky knits, and zipper closure lurllcnccks. Plain and prin'ed colors. Red, White, Green, Navy, Gold. 8-U. Girls' Wpnr Ladies' Fleecy Pyjamas GROUP I. Rpg. GROUP II. Rog. GROUP Ml. Reg. lo Fierce pyjamas provide warmlh wciqltl Paslel colon. S.M.I. 2.99 4.99 7.99 Ladies' Pyjamas GROUP I. S4.00 GROUP II. Ron.. lo Soil, co7.y llannolntlo or loftly napped fortrcl coMon. Dulli frnnl Myle. PiinU or plain colon. Sizes .SM.l. Lingnrio 2.99 3.99 STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Ccnlrc Vil.'ngc. Telephone 32B-9231 ;