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On the other hand, the Alberta Federation of Agriculture was made up of well-organized commodity groups and farmers’ co-operatives that met, not at the local level, but within their own organizations to discuss their own special interests and take resolutions to their provincial annual meetings. Many questions were asked after the Cameron Nesbitt Platt Report was released about how the two types of organizations would reorganize to hold meetings at the county level. Questions were also raised about how members of commodity groups and co-ops would be able to discuss and formulate policy resolutions at the county level with others who were not part of their business.
M. During the 1950 convention at which Henry Young was elected president, the FUA confronted its “communist” reputation. The radicalism of the groups in northeastern Alberta had not gone unnoticed. Frank Maricle, director for District 4, had travelled to Warsaw to attend a supposedly communist-inspired conference, much to the chagrin of many FUA members. An amendment to the constitution was proposed that would have given the board of directors the power to expel a member for activity that reflected badly on the organization.
Representatives from the media accompanied them, and several doctors from the Edmonton area went along to study Chinese medicine. They sold thirty-two tickets and were given two free tickets, one for Paul Babey and one for the president of the FWUA, Louise Johnston. The three-week trip in 1964 was not without its complications, but the Chinese were very accommodating. When Babey explained that they had an invitation from the president of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, the Chinese officials went out of their way to help.