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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 3, 1973 ouf of council's activities Consumer Council of Canada criticizes business community MONTREAL (CP) The chairman of the Consumer Council of Canada said Tues- day members of the business community have "copped out" of the council's activities and olten fail to attend the coun- cil's meetings Harold Buchwald, a Winnipeg lawyer, also said that when Grain movement study by grain council urged business does show up it us ol- ten unprepared factually and has not properly thought out its position. 0 Mr. Buchwald speaking during a panel discussion held by the Better Business Bureau of Canada on the subject of the role of self-regulation by busi- ness in consumer affairs. Mr. Buchwald said the coun- cil, a government advisory agency set up in 1968, ''wants to hear the voice of business." But he said business is not participating in council affairs, often missed some of the coun- cil's four yearly meetings, and serve- up on occa- sions when it did attend. The council was set up to pro- mote co-operation between busi- ness, consumers and govern- ments on consumer affairs and also serve as a government ad- visory body. Host of the five panelists, with the exception of Mr. Buch- wald, indicated they favored self-regulation by business itself rather than legislation, although most qualified their positions by saying they believe the two forms of regulation should exist side by side. Michel Cloutier, a vice-presi- dent of Bombardier Ltd., the snowmobile maker, said "it may be true that business isn't doing what it should most of the time, and the main reason may be that businessmen simply don't have the time to prepare and think out a detailed philoso- phy on the problems involved. H. E. English, a Carleton Uni- versity economics professor and vice-president of the Consumer Association of Canada, a pri- vate organization, said free competition is a "very efficient means of regulation and the most important." He said government regu- lation has not been too under- standing in the past, and gov- ernment agencies tend to end up fulfilling the interests of the private group it is supposed to be regulating. Cedric A. Edson, of the Win- nipeg Better Business Bureau, criticized the large number of consumer groups and govern- ment agencies that have sprung up in recent years. These often lead to harass- ment of the businessman, he said, and tend to scatter con- sumer protection information over a large number of agencies. Mr. Buchwald said self-regu- lation is inadequate because it does not close the door on oper- ators who may choose to cir- cumvent self-regulating bodies. WINNIPEG The Can- ada Grains Council was urged yesterday to initiate a detailed study of the movement of grain from Thunder Bay to St. Lau- rence Seaway elevators, Ralph S. Misener. speaking for the Dominion Marine Associa- tion, told the council's annual meeting attention should be given to improving the existing grain transporation systems be- cause water was not being exploited to its full po- tential He said theie aie sufficient vessels "to han- dle all the gram that can be accommodated 111 the Sf Law- rence under present conditions However, he iid ocean ton- nage is inadequate to the export grain being delivered by lakers without extensive de- lays. "This is the same, sad story 1 as last year Mr. Misener the stocks at Thunder Bay are not "sui-1 ficiently oriented, nor ample, to permit a normal dispatch of' carriers." "With dispatch alone, our, fleet could have handled an ad-' ditional 10 to 20 million bushels, of grain last season." There is scope for increased economics in w ater movement, of gram, he said, suggesting j larger ships, with the enlarge-1 mem of the Canal and j the St Lawrence Seaway only a matter of time, longer navi- gation season- improvements within the existing system and better control of ccsts by the federal government WEEK SAT SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Allied Hardware Fort Maclead, Alto. rath Co-op Ltd. Magrath, Alta. i Canada Paint 424 7th Street S. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone Brulene Paint Wall Covering 321 6th Street S., lethbridge, Alta Phone i Magrnth Trading Co. Magrath, Alberta Bird Building Supplies 1301 1st Ave N., Lethbridge, Alto. Phone R Lumber Co. Milk Riyer, AJta. R.svelstoke Companies Ltd. T602 3rd Ave S lethbndge, Alto. Phone Hardware Picture Butte, Alta. Thorton Sons Ltd, Blairmore, Creek Co-op Lumber Feed Pincher Creek, Alta. North American Lumber Co. Ltd. Bow Island, Bros. Hardware i Pincher Creek, Alfa. Modern Electronic Coleman, Mercantile Ltd. Raymond, Alta. Phone 752-3034 Csllis Building Supplies Coleman, Alta Phone Hardware Ltd. Taber, Alta. Phone 223-2052 Cahoon Lumber Co. Ltd. Cardston, American Lumber Co. Ltd. Taber, Alta. Phone 223-2265 Pincher Creek Co-op Ltd. Cowley, Alta. Revelstoke Companies Ltd. Taber, Alta. Phone 223-2424 M E Hardware Foremost, Alia. Erskine Son Hardware Vauxhall, Alta. Andrew's Hardware Fort Maclead, Alia. Reed's Allied Hardware Warner, Alta. the old 1-2 Coat You pay no more than- JIV PAINT Kem-Glo SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL Kem plain When contents are a tinting base, the gallon cans are short- filled 2 to 4 ounces to allow for addition of colorants. LATEX FLAT PAINT Superior Kern paint manufactured by Sherwin-Williams. Kem-1-Coat. Luxurious exterior white paint-latex or alkyd in one coat. Kem-Glo Enamel. An interior semi-gloss with a lustrous finish that wears and wears. And Super Kem-Tone. it's the interior latex paint on the market And both Kem-Glo and Super Kem-Tone are available in all 807 Fashion-Right colors, plus white. If you've been waiting for the right time to paint, you can't afford to wait any longer. Sale ends a week Saturday at participat- ing paint, hardware, department stores and Home Improvement Centres, Martin Senourand Sherwin-Williams dealers, Km mm ant SHERWIN-WILLIAMS co. OF CANADA LIMITED Ci