Business: Prosperous Approach

More social, more sophisticated than most U. S. businessmen's conventions is the annual meeting of the Investment Bankers Association of America. Last week for their 24th such gathering, the decorous IBA delegates spent five pleasant days at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.

No less well-mannered in public function than in private fun, IBA meetings are never ruffled by the political storms that sweep the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and the American Bankers Association. Protests against unbalanced budgets and rising taxes last week were sounded not as bristling pronunciamentos but as pious hopes. Guest...

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