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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta f, THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, November 1, 1972 University students try to patch up differences OTTAWA (CP) Canadian university students are seeking lo unite, four again years after their list national organ i z a t i o n dissolved amidst squabbles and defections. About 75 delegates from uni- versities and community col- legas will meet here this week- end for Ihe founding conference of the National Students Associ- ation. _ Bruce Cameron, president of the Carlelon University Stu- dents Association and a mem- WANTED SIX STEEL FILING CABINETS AND SAFE. Phone 654-2342, Vauxhall her of the steering committee behind the new organization, said groundwork for the new group was laid over the past Americaiis headline royal show LONDON (Renter) Ameri- can entertainers, including the liopo to come out of this Jackson Five, singer Jack weekend with a working organ- ization, an executive, some commitment of funds and, pos- sibly, statements on the financ- ing of education in Canada." The Canadian Union of Stu- Jones and Liberaee, headlined the royal variety performance. The Queen and other mem- bers of the Royal Family were among a distinguished audience for the annual charity show, which features some of the dents (CUS) collapsed hi 1968 world's great performers, after a series of large member-1 Princess Margaret and Prin- ship defections, prompted by cess Anne seemed particularly dissatisfaction over what was termed left-wing and irrelevant comprised policy. The organization members from 43 uni- versities when it was strongest n 1963. delighted by Alf Garnett, who along with the rest of his tele- vision family did a 10-minute sketch from his television series Till Death Us Do Part. The Queen Mother seemed less amused. WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "THE FRANKLY BROTHERS" Members and invited guests only. Canadians only half tuned in to Trudeau TORONTO (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau only wanted to hold a philosophical "conver- sation" with Canadians abmrt such matters as their country's integrity and identify. But Canadians were only tuned in, the results of Mon- day's federal election showed. They didn't ignore things like unemployment, inflation and what NDP Leader David Lewis called the corporate rip-off. The result was that all the opposition parties gained, In their own way, at the expense of Mr. Trudeau's Liberals in Monday's federal election. Real Caouetta's Social Credit party may rot have gained much in an absolute sense, but by holding on to what it had in Quebec it confounded Liberal had con- fidently predicted their party would pluck six or eieht Social Credit helped pro- duce the one-seat Consenrativ edge. One effect of Monday's resu is that It suddenly throws wid (men again the whole questlo of national unity. The pursuit of concord be- tween French-and English speaking Canada had been n r i n c i p al tteme of Mr Trudeau's administration. WILL TAKE TIME I The extent to which backlasl I against the Liberal govern AMILY MWBOOTS Snowmobile Boots For Men of Ail Ages! These Canadian made Snowmobile Boots will keep out snow and coldl Navy wel-look nylon uppers wilh rubber sole and heel. Front ripper plus strap and buckle closing. Warm felt liner. .97 Cocktail Boot For Women! Ladies' leather cocktail boot with H heel. Side trim. Brown, Black. PAIR 14.86 After Ski Boot for Men! 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Instead of the dashing play- boy of 1968, Canadians saw on the hustings a maturer leader with a disdain for partisan poli- ticking. In announcing the election PRESIDENT Phil Giv- ens former MP for York West, mayor of To- ronto from 19G3 to 1966, was named president of the Cana- dian Zionist Federation, suc- ceeding Hyman Bessln of Ot- tawa. Sept. 1, Mr. Trudeau said central Issue would be national integrity. He developed several strands of this theme in the course of the campaign, con- tending several limes that Can- ada had attained a higher de- gree of self-realization under government than ever be- lore. "Canadians are discovering that this country has pulled it all together in the last [our he said in one of his last speeches. But in lu's last utterance of the lengthy contest, Saturday night in Toronto, he complained that the campaign had not un- folded exactly the way he wanted. WANTED TO CONVEHSE It had been his idea to "hold a conversation with Cana- rather than wage a headline-hunting battle with op- position parties. "During election time, surely it's not too much to stop the fights, stop the entertainment, stop giving a show of boxers fighting each other so people can be amused While Mr. Trudeau talked to Canad'ans abort their country's destiny, Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield was talking to them about things that affect their pocketbooks. Economically, said Mr. Stanfield, the country had had the worst of two worlds under Mr. Trudeau: high unemploy- ment and high inflation. If he didn't light a fire across 'Jie country tlie way John Die- teibaker did in 1957 and 1958, the relentless Nova Scotian Bounded at his promise to lower taxes and "gel Canadians back to work." MsanwhiJe, Mr. Lewis was lammering at what he called the government's identification with "corporate welfare whom he contends don't pay their fair share of taxation. 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