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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Till IKRAU) lueitlBv NovrmbiM 23. Kind words exchanged pri-.scnt "wore a little bit wor- I riul Hull they weren't paying I s wealthiest mid most emerged enough attention to us and our i 1 after a Uiree-hutir views. Mnmhiv wilh t'rime i Mr. Seully, spokesman (or the I'rwleau and half his i businessmen, said they received j no concessions from tho govern-; menl nnd no assurances of spe- cific changes in planned govern- ment legislation affecting bus g vf'rnment an I rs inrrling Tho businessmen bad nol cia s o n R h I such they wanted was a frank ex- change of views. Despite leading questions, he repeatedly declined In express I Ltd.. Hamilton, told i dissatisfaction with government Ihe M businessmen i policies. Canadian identity crisis talked on Provo campus 'weekend hike m Ihe wild Scot- Tne lea', es "i butcher tish highlands were found dead ii-oiii'ii. ewiircrn -nruh. are Monday, huddled together be- neath the snow on a swept mountain. of an original part> oi 100 Copies S3.30 plus tax eight-six teen-age boys and girls and their young learners i I -who lost their way Sunday in j blinding snowstorms. i tin.' nichl. in I be dc.-o- Inle Cairngorm llange. Onr. lenrhnr .yoar-ild rrinn plu-'KM frnm the nvnintatn'ndr parly Mnnrbiv. Slir wa.s flnwp In lio-. 1 pital suffennc from fros'bile. She told rescuers she had hr- i eome separated from her com- panjons and believed Uiey were 1269 lhirdAve.S.Lslhbridao i buried in the snow. Meeting with 549 Canadian students 'attending the univer- sity, Xutt and five other Cana- dian consulate officials discuss- ed the "Canadian Identity Crisis." "Americans often have diffi- culty how hard il is for Canada, which is a middle power, to maintain its own identity as it lies geographical- ly nest to the most powerful counti-y in the world." he said. Nmt] consul general in San Francisco, also stressed the im- portance of continuing friendly relations with the Coiled States. "There is a positive value which the t'nited States gams in international he said, "because of the good treatment of its smaller neigh- bor, and the fact Canada is allowed to go its own way un- molested." l.ll Instsnt Prints Copy Div. Cemetery raided ROCIIESTKli. N'.Y. lAI't Polirr Sfnlghl V a n d ,1 1 v u-lln broke- inln eight cemetery man- soleun> and .scattered the re- mains of a former Vew York state secretary and fivp other persons. The bodies included those of Frederick C. Cook, a Democratic leader and secre- tary of state from 1885 to 1390. He'died in 1905. "We areomplislied ex a ct 1 y what we hoped Mr. Scully .-aid. H.'lh sides agreed in prin- lo (lirilier such meetings. S; flair llalfour, president of So'iilliam 1'i-ess Md., said the next such Hireling would proba- blv held within two months. -.imilar mecling of cabinet i with lap labor offi- lenliitively been set for riecember hut no solid date has been picked. Yvc- Pralte. chairman nnd chief exrriilive officer of Air I Canada, saiil the meeting was e s a n I.1' There were no h ;i r s It words whatsoever." j Mr. Trudeau said the busi- nessmen had asked for a meet- 1 ing specifically to discuss pro- po.-ed changes in labor relations legislation that would give un- io'ns negotiating rights in the field of technological change, but the government broadened the meeting to include the pro- posed new Competition Act and (lie economy in general. I ONTKOI.S NOT UISCl'SSKD Mr. Scully said the meeting did no; discuss the possibility 01 wage and price controls, ihc eor.cepi of a screening agency to control ioreign investment, possible further aid to industries j hit by the I'.S. surtax on im- I fiorls. or government measures i announced Oct. 14 to stimulate the economy. Industry had "no real com- plaint" to present. But the busi- i nessmen were disturbed by the enormous volume of complex and difficult legislation before Parliament affecting industry. Among the corporations rep- 1 resented were Fm! Motor Co. of Canada. 0 a k v i 11 o. Out.; MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.. Van- eoLiver; T. Co.. Toronto; Aiean '''rinada Pi-oducts, Mont- real; Sydney Steel Corp., Syd- ney. N.S.; Cult Oil Canada Ltd.. Tn'ninto: C a n a d i a n F.leeil-ie Co I .In.. Torrvnto'. Im prnrd Oil Toronto; F.ell Munt.rpal: General Mo- i lor. nf Canada l.ld.. 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