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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, THt !.iTKW.IDGI 3 Canadian business review Who speaks for business? All have their ovm special in- a that is the crux o! the problem. How, for instance, can exporters and to By IRVING C. tt'HYNOT [djan Chamter o( Commerce! Cf Business Editor Us branches, the Canadian Who speaks for Canadian Association, the business? Trxrre are mar.y i Re-tail CVoncil of Canada and a spokesmen, but no single voice, i multitude of others. Many consider this a preWem INTERESTS VARY and there is some talk about providing business 'frit single, powerful voice present its case. Tnis would he especially use- of whom have their ful in dealings with govern- associatiori.'i be expected to menls. Tne federal government, have the same on for instance, has expressed the vital issues? desire to deal fev.er One fear of trie existing asso- dess groups ths-i at present. ciatioas is that their vie-.vpoint So far, haziness sees LO im- would te watered and mediate prospect that it can i thus lets effective, if they were bring whether its many diver- part of a more wide-ranging gent views to provide such a group. single voice. But Mrne efforts Tnere is the added problem of are being made least part way. Tne business community to move at ezpefting tisiness to reach a consensus when, in facl, there rarely is agreement even epeaks primarily through trsde among firms in the same field. Eisociations such as the Tne Canadian Chamber, for stance, has come out in of price and wage controls under certain conditions. Tne manu- facturers are dead them. Despite these these two grvjps have been holding close consultations for some time on matters of com- mon concern. "We'll continue a regular series of exchanges for what CEJI be cOTisidered close con- says a source cl'-ise to the situation. "But there Etill is strong resistance to any com- mon umbrella group." INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Esrn Exire Ir.ccms Learn to prepare the Tax Forms zr-.-i become an INCOME TAX CONSULTANT. For Full Details. ConJtct CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 704, 360 SL, A-3 Torsntfi 1, Osterh Those who against a single business body lay gov- j ernrnent in a society must be prepared to lis- ten to al! divergent vie-A-s, and then make its own decision. "N'o dilution of views sbwH be lorced us for the 'jf reaching a consensus." One possible solution was out- lined in a recent speech by R. J. Bilodeau, president of Honey- well Toronto. He sug- formation of a national "association of to represent all segments bus- He said the multiplicity of as- sociatlr.Tis that the of business pre- sented "in a fragmented way arid thus mijc-h oi trieir per- impact." He said such a group would include present industry and their staffs. Its function i would be to determine the! viev.-s heM in common by vari- ous branches of Canadian krjsi- ness and industry, and to de-! velop articulate appropriate recommendatiori5. i "I contend the reason busi- is not heeded is that it with too many! tongues. is needed is a single, powerful voice that is truly and officially representa- tive of the entire business corrj- muiity in dealings with go-.'- erriment and labor.11 Emergency iann aid available EDMONTON (CP.) Alijerta r Farmers in the I farmers unthreiherl crops region of nwthv may apply lor emergent-.- av :began seeking a> at municipal district sislance after tiiey v.ere left offices, the provincial govern- iinent annvjnctd here. i To qualify {or assistance, a farmer must be residing in M- i terta and actually operating a j farm, which must consist of at! least SO cultivated acres. j program is being oper- ated through county and muni- jcipal sen-ice The ex- tent of assis'-ance will be deter- mined by the reaction ot the federaJ government, which has asked to participate. v.ea- Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) TEDDY BEAR AT SEA Patricia Reir.Viordt, Nicies, Ariz., too'r: her teddy on ihe overnight cruise oi the U 5.S. Ssnclcory. Seaman is among the first 40 women in ncvol history tc assume poils t'n? vessel mcie "The teddy bear keeps me she laid. "You've gol is hcve something, you The navy is evaluating in non-corncol seo including deck hands, clerki and deck officers, FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND EMPHYSEMA OFFER OLD BISCUITS I.O5 ANGELES (AP) RfteJdng of the waxed Li which thev have been wrapped 10 years, a vanload of EUrvival biscijits deslined for fce city1; 1 poor C'Js C5-jistrnas has come (Under fire from severa agencies for the needy. Arthur Camargo of the One Step Immi- gration Centre the hiscuits ere and Maria Renard of Community Concern said thev were "ran- w VI THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT! 11: L SEWING MACHIN 1 Si V MODEL 807 Check featur and tompara Si r? I S "THINGS ARE HAPPENING BERNINA- AVAILABLE AT I I APPLIANCE TV CENTRE Jf 812 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-1673 j S? Across From Enerson's DownJown 328-1332