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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THS IETHBWDCE HERAIO WodVidny, Mtuth 1077 ster war HE'S ubiquitous porfrait of China's Communist Party Chairman Mao Tsp-Tung stores out from a building opening in Shanghai os pede-slrians walk by. Although life have changed since the Revolution, much of Shanghai's physical appearance ftili bears foreign influence such as {ho Western-style architecture of fhis building. Uy I HOST IH'UUX (AIM In linvn Dublin tho seems a million miles not nn hour's drive lo tho north. iiuemlla Ucl- f.isl and in North- em UoUimi. Imt KMV life completely normal. Vet iirfl building 1 against i'remior Jack l.vneh, politically a ntl economically.) Unless settU'Mtt'.Mit iti the North' comes quickly, the Irish Ui'puh- lie could face (innnci.il disaster. Lynch heads tho Finnna Fail party, heirs to what now is re- garded jis the anti-partition fac- tion in the Irish civil war of 1922-24. He is committed to seeking a united Ireland by peaceful menus. liy exinilsion of mili- tants he kept party united behind this commitment. Hut the expulsions have- cost his parliamentary majority a n d could C'jrtMMvr.bly ccsl iiis job, Fiuntia Fail Inlds 70 of 1-14 sciUs in the Dail, including the noil-voting speaker. Fine Gael, descendants c[ the civil WET fac- tion v.bich accepted partition, holds 51, tnd Labor 17. Both main exposition parties support Lynch's commitment to peace. The six remaining scats arc shared by independents and for- UKT Lynch supporters want 1 A fuclor is thai somo a toother liny on the Nni'tli. o r t li e r n 1'iotes- While tho nu'.in purlin art1 nd these mu tho publicly committal peaceful most militant, aiv I" imifiratiou. Miry smm- tfif- j soi'iunsly th? political fm'iH'os of approach. j of Ihe Irish Keinibliean The Lulwr party, ;m Army's tuiHlimUy nationalist of (raite unionists ami Oulih'n' in Hie province would bo changed. Koiy CVHrady, the Provision- si's president, calcubtcs Uiat I'rolesUnt.s in Ulster still have a majority, roughly one million lo against the current otic tn of MX ut I (si1 niui1 counties of mrtki- it ivusi'o uf the dun- iiKhmr (o Northern Ireland 1'r ill-slums.; PIMVUX-L'S of livlimd. Kinn ami says these ciuwnes .should' v, inj- ut the Provision- b? matte now. a'.s, province Lynch's view is that changes iLs p ;i r t i a m e n t. Tltc in (lie constitution can be talked{ counties of Mouaulian about tincc unity is established ;md would K she added another dimension to a dining room otherwise staffed by Ger- mans, Her husband was working at another hotel, but both lived in ours. Why were they working at Zermatt? "We were touring said Gloria, gossiping unprofes- sionally between hors d'oeuvres and entree, "and we wanted in stay on where there was snow. Zermatt seemed okay." It would appear that among Americans, to ski bum at home little declasse, but it is hod not qualified as j chic (o do so in Ihe Alps. And teachers- Today only the j Xermatt to Americans is at the foreman is Swiss. The patrol- men are Americans, Canadians, Dutch and English. Their Ger- man and French is not always cf the best. The lingua franca, R-S many visitors will know, is English. lop of the hierarchy of ski re- sorts. "I couldn't beat doing this sort of thing in a Canadian patrolman here. "Over there you've got drugs and tho hippy sub-culture in Where then are the former i practically every resort. Here patrolmen? The an-' it's clean. I like the Alps." MADDOX GETS WIG Georgia's U. 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