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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian business review ______ Who speaks for business? By IRVING C. WHYNOT [dian Chamber of Commerce! Those trgue against a CP Editor acd its branches, tfae Canadian j business bodj say Who speaks for Canadian Manufacturers' Association, in a democratic nsere are maty j Retail Council of Canada and a society must be prepared to 15s- spcfcesroen, but no single voice. I multitude of others. ten to all divergent views, and j Many consider this a problem! LVTERESTS VARY 1 then make its own dedsxxL and there is some talk about j AH have their own special in- j "No dilution of views should providing business with a! that is the crux of i be forced upon us for the sake single, powerful voice to j the problem. How, for instance, of reaching a present its case. can exporters and pggfofe solution was oot- This would especiaUy use-.; both of whom have their own. a reoent speech bv R. fal ia dealings with govern- j associations-be expected to; j Bilodeau, president of Hooev- Toe federal government, have the same viewpoint on; wel} Lti. Toronto He sug- for instance, has expressed tie; many vital issues? desire to deal with fewer busi-1 One fear of the existing asso- ness groups than at present. j ciations is that their viewpoint; formation of a national] of associations" to] segments of busi-i mediate bring gent views to provide such a: group. single voice. But some efforts: There is the added problem of are being made to move at expecting business to reach a j least part way. consensus when, in fad The business community now irately is agreement even! said the nraitipEeity of sociations means that the views are j suasive impact." INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra income Leem hew to prepare the new TJX Forms end INCOME TAX CONSULTANT. f Contict CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING Tmitp t.-Ottvii stance, has come out in favor of.; aad their staffs. Its function 1 !price and wage controls be .to determine the! I certain conditions. Toe common_by van-; i against; otB branches of Canadian busi- i iness and industry, and to de-j differences, articulate appropriate j facturers are dead set against them. these Wo groups have been j recommendations. holding close consultations for! "I contend the reason faasi-j some time on matters of com- j ness is not sufficiently heeded is j men concern. that it speaks with too many "WeTH continue a regular j tongues. What is needed is a! series of exchanges for what? single, powerful voice that is; can be considered close cos-; truly and officially represesta- suitatiofl." says a source close i tive of the entire business com- j to the situation. "But there still muniiy in its dealings -with gov-J Is strong resistance to any coin- eraraeat end i mew tncbreHa group." j USE CHRISTMAS SEALS 1972 FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND EMPHYSEMA I OFFER OLD BISCUITS LOS ANGELES CAP) Reeking of the paper I which they have been y-rapped 110 years, a vanload of survival I biscuits destined for tee city's jpoor this Christinas has come u n d e r Sre from several j agencies for the needy. Arthur j Camargo of the Ope Step I gration Centre said the biscuits i w e r e "contaminated" and i Maria Eenard of Community ConoKi: said they were "ran- TBOY AT SEA Patricia Reinhardt, 19, Ariz., tock her teddy bear on the overnight shckedown cruise of the U.S.S. Ssnctucry. Seomsn Reinbcrdt among the first 40 women in novel history tc assume posts alongside the vessel's male crewmen. teddy beor me she sold. jot to have something, you The navy evoluctlnc women in non-combst ses duty, including deck hcnds, clerks end deck officers. WUeeVy, 11, ItTJ TMI IfTHItfcOl f Emergency farm aid available EDMONTON (CP) Alberta j Fanners in the PJ'.'er fanners with untfcreshed crops j region of northwestern may appJy for emergency as- j began seeking government as- sistance at municipal district jsistance after they were left offices, the provincial govern- j with thousands of acres of crops ment announced here. j ruined by bad harvesting wea- To qualify for assistance, a fanner must be residing is Al- berta and actually operating a farm, vmcfa most consist of at least 50 cultivated 'acres. Tbe program is being oper- ated through county and tnuni-J cipal service boards. Toe ex- tent of assistance will be deter- mined by the reaction of the federal government, which has been asked to participate. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) DID YOU KNOW? I CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS! Consolidate ail your payments to one installment PLUS Supply you with e or aood second tor for Mother for Christmas all in ont day for little month. Contact: MR. UNITED MOTORS PHONE 327.1411 NATIONAL FARMWAY STORES if; THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT! SEWING MACHINES MODEL 807 Check j and com Mmi-meric LighfwtigKt portable arm 2 tpttd meter Autemotic tension fcuii'Mn Button ftufll-in Blind Htmmtr i Clip on Srwinf Feet Corrying FREE CHRISTMAS BONUS YOUR CHOICE OF Worth of Material Supplied by Fabric Centra OR A Sewing Table value 49l95 THINGS ARE HAPPENING DOWNTOWN" BERNINA AVAIIAIU. AT CENTRE VILLAGE MALL APPLIANCE TV CENTRE K 812 4th AYE. S. PHONE 328-1673 K Across From Entrson's Downtown Showroom OR PHONE 328-4536 JUMPING JACK HOUSE BOAT PLAYTIME ACTION GARAGE WOOD TOBBOGAN'S 10 .99 .88 5 foot 6 foot.......... 12 BABY SLEIGH....................1Q-88 TABLE AND CHAIR SET 3 RIDING TOYS STUFFED ANIMALS ..................2.95.17.99 WOODEN TABLE AND CHAIR SET 13.99 From large From........ by Mattel Hair Dryer oper Buffy Talking Doll Barbie Doll by Colonial Metal Doll House Doll Prams........................ 14-M MAGNUS 12 CORD ORGANS .'139 Priced to dear from Farm Machinery Setfod Farm Machinery SetiH Service Station A TOOIS Tiny MHt battery operated Sentry operated Pool Table_ 129 Frypan Sunbeam multiceoker sunbwra NATIONAL FARMWAY STORES 3305 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-6326 NATIONAL ;