LIFTING, OF CONTROLS
OPINION OP RETAILORS Emphasis on the need for an early lifting of control and restrictions to ensure full employment, especially the rehabilitation of exservicemen, was stressed in the report presented at the annual meet-, ing of the Auckland Provincial Retailers' Association last evening. Mr. J. A. Stenberg presided. "There is no reason to believe that any worthwhile improvement can result from local manufactures and, therefore, the Government is charged with the responsibility of relaxing to a reasonable extent the import control regulations which have for so long created unnecessary shortages," the report added. "Officers were elected as follows:— President, Mr. Stenberg; vice-presidents, Messrs. A. W. Nicolson, L. O'Maiiey, E. D. Thomas; executive, Messrs. F. Clapshaw, B. Court, W. G. Crouch, B. A. Gilroy, M. Hughes, J. R. Keenan, J. S. Milne, H. Rendell, R. Richmond, H. G. Thomson, M. Wiseman, and three country representatives to be appointed by sub-associ-ations.
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LIFTING, OF CONTROLS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945
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