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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta National fervor gaining strength in Australia Auitnlii Nationalistic fervor if growing steadily in Australia. Listen to Joseph a fourth-generation into a pub and criticise Australia. If you're not a good you'll have to run like A tire manufacturer's TV commercial tralia's setting the Aus- tralia's leading the race A national poll is planned to find a new national anthem to replace God Save The Queen. One possibility is an Waltzing Matilda. Tennis stars Ken Rod Laver and John big money- winners in professional cir- cuits came home this year to play for Australia in the Davis Cup matches. The government is seeking to limit foreign own- ership on a major scale for the first back the they call it. NO BRICKS YET While nobody is throwing bricks the windows of the United States Information Service offices or burning the Union Jack out of Australia's Southern Cross Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and his cabinet elected last have given a new oomph to the national identity. first Labor party government chief in 23 has gone so far as predicting that Australia will become a though he hasn't said when. The new nationalism can be traced back to when then-prime minister John Gorton told a meeting at Moorabbin in Vic- I am an Then he announced that a foreign takeover bid for an Australian insurance com- pany would be halted. It was an amazing depar- ture from the country's open- door investment policy and foreign bitched closely to the United States and Britain. Gorton's predecessors made no secret of their high regard for Britain and the U.S. STARTS NEW POLICY Gorton's nationalistic pace- setting slowed under Prime Minister William though his government brought in legislation last year making foreign takeovers of Australian com- panies subject to government investigation and possible veto. 'Then came Whitlam. Living up to his election platform of an independent approach to foreign he formally recognized China and East sided with black Africa against white South and talked about setting up a Southeast Asian neutral zone. will no longer be i pale shadow of Britain or a compliant echo of said Whitlam. Manning professor of history at the Australian Na- tional University in relieves the government has given marvellous lead in destroying the last vestiges of present air of nation- ilism is all he aid. no more se- xuidbest outlook PASSPORTS CHANGE Among colonialistic hang- overs to disappear has been the term on Australian passports. was said Immigration Minister Al Srassby. are not Some conservative blocked legislation to end the citizenship .requirement of an of allegiance to the British monarch. damn said Srassby. have migrants from scores of countries. cannot understand fthy they should swear allegiance to somebody who ives on the other side of the I cannot U.S. and British companies wre have come under a bar- of government criticism tgainst multinational groups. With British and American Coaldale bull prize winner REGINA Results of kberdem Angoi shows at the Western born S. W. Human and Ufa.. Big mm May to loutholm Angus Sofltholm Bar born January to Highland Stock Alta Highland companies .over- MM ownership of Australian businea hu risen from about 10 per cent in 1MB-1M9 to around 35 per cent in 1970- the Treasury reported lait year. Foreign ownership of the mining the country's biggest export earner at billion last totals about 62 per says Minerals Minister Reginald F.X. Con- nor will do something about said a MO- pounder nicknamed will to begin that it doesn't get any He has set up mineral ex- port controls and a govern- ment petroleum and minerals commission. so-called captains of the mining Industry are hillbillies and be said. Toe auto industry is another with General Motors- Hoiden the Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. and Chrysler Australia Ltd. on the firing line. Chrysler's executive direc- American Paul took a verbal hammering from two cabinet ministers after he bid accused tlM govtrniMnt of acting silent business part- to control In- dustry while having no equity in There was a swift apology from Moore and a further withdrawing behind the bunkers by overseas ex- ecutives. When strike violence Hand at a Ford plant tail Labor Minister Clyde Cameron said btoWtttke a situation which Australian workers have to fight an industrial contest somebody whose dod. slon are btiag board roomsof New York. Dr. Tom director of the Australian Institute of International believes WUttan's government bas ceejBt ttp or gone sllgbt- ly abend tbe developini sense of nationalism. nope we don't go too fast or be said. in danger of singing 'WaltUng Matilda' In tbe Tbe fact that Australia will have a new national antbem appears to have been accepted overseas. 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