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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 7, 1772 THE IETHBRIDSE HERAID 19 Chairman of ECC or ready for advice challenged in New Zealand By JAiMliS NHI.SON OTTAWA fCP) Andre Ray- nauld, newly-named chairman of the Economic Council of Can- ada, says he will always listen to the advice of government of- ficials, but will stoutly defend the council's integrity as an in- dependent adviser to Ihc gov- ernment on long-range eco- nomic planning. In his office in ad- joining Vanicr City, looking across the Ridcau River to Uie capital, the 43-year-old former professor of economics at Ihc University of Montreal lalked about bis plans for Die council as it nears its Kith birthday. Esfl-spokcn bu'L wil.h a firm grasp of the task ahead, Dr. Raynauld said he wants to make the council's work more useful to both government and the business community. "We'll he glad to hear what Deaths Yesferday By THE CANADIAN PRESS LiLol, 77, American character actor wlvosc Broadway plays included Irene and Ceiling Zero and who starved in tha Henry Aldricli movie scries and many ollicvs. London, Eng. Lord Crow- thcr, G4, former editor of the Economist magazine and chan- cellor of Ihc Open University, of an apparent heart attack. Moore, Pulitzer Prize winning noc- fess who liad a passion for box- ing and baseball. IlaywanU Hciilli. Durnford Slater, W. Uie first British commando in Uie Second World War. whci' lie fell be- neath the wheels of the London- Brighton Lraiu on Britain's south coast. Brockvillc, (Bill) Hurray. 70. veteran re- porter with The Recorder and Times, in the newspaper's edi- torial room. K. Thompson, 67, former U.S. am- bassador to the Soviet Union. Deal, Cmdr. Nigel Tetley, 47, round the world yachtsman and writer, found hanged from a Ircc near this English Channel town. Pattern Skins and pants call for )rct.ly, pn.siel tops. Ncu' Pucker stitcli iTcates interest in ;nul long viTsicns Knil boMi til syran Cm- turn. I'ac.Uion liiiu'. PulU'rn sizes !im included. s i: v E 'i' Y-rivi-: CKXTS icoinsi for encli p.dlein (no stamps, lii (vnls for cnfli fni- firsl-cl.lss mailing sp-cial liandlnip lo- TME MiTlinniDGE HERALD Headers JIail (10 Kronl Slrerl West Toronto I, Clnario the government's problems arc, but we will never a.sk the gov- ernment what it lliinks of a rec- ommendation we inlend lo put forward. We will not ask its per- mission to underlakc a study, and we will be able lo say no lo it. "We will maintain the integ- rity of the council in Ihis re- spect." A widely-respccled expert on problems of 'overcoming re- gional economic disparities 'n Canada; Dr. Raynauld intends to introduce the teamwork and "think lank" approach to Ihe council's work, and to employ other new techniques in eco- nomic analysis and forecasting. The council undertakes eco- nomic research and prepares reports for 'a 25-incinher advi- sory hoard drawn from labor management, agriculture, con- sumer groups, the academic work! other segments of the population. Its major recom- I mendations bear the stamp of the council as a whole, but it also puts out individual re- search papers. WANTS IMPROVEMENT Dr. Raynauld hopes the coun- cil's future reports will be more diversified, move precise, more understandable lo lhe layman, and more provocative for pro- fessional economists in business and government. With the help of several gov- ernment departments, the coun- cil has developed a new tool for forecasting the economic out- look.. The new.computer called inter related mathematical questions. When the button is i pushed, they result in a com- plete picture of what might haji- pcn in the economy from now to the 1980s. Candide draws its name from "Canadian Disaggregated In- ter-Departmental Econometric'' i model. It is also the name of a i famous book by Voltaire in which the hero is repeatedly as- sured, in the face of recurring disasters, that things arc (jet- ting better. The council has a staff o[ 105, of which 40 are professionals, mostly economists. Dr. Ray- nauld said he hopes to have them collalwrate in groups on specific research problems. j Previously, staff members were inclined lo work as individuals. Taking office last monlh, he j has also signed three contracts' with university economists to I move to Ottawa for periods of 15 full academic year plus two vacation periods j work in the council of- i fices. With Candide, the council will j be able to project, on more up- i to-dalc data, how demand for 1 goods and services will grow. It! will survey potential markets and price trends. EXPECT TWO FOIUIS Candide will be used in the council's projection of economic needs for the decade to lhe early IBDOs, to he issued this fall. The report probably will be issued in two concise, easily-read one for the layman and a more detailed, profes- sional research papsr for trained economics in govern- i ment and business. I Dr Raynauld succeeded Ar- Ihur J. R. Smith as chairman of the council when Dr. Smith left lo become chairman of the pri- vately-financed Conference Board in Canada. The new chairman gives his predecessor full marks for stalling develop- ment of Candide about two years ago, but says he has di- rected the council ,4o double its investment in the computer medel of (he economy. And he says ideas and infor-1 i iralion gleaned from govern- meiil officials alMitu Iheir proh- j leins are good contributions to Ih'1 work of Ihc council. "t'onsulliiig wilh government officials was anathema around iu're because people thought it i vvuulft interfere wilh Ihe hide- i pcudence of Ihc Dr K.iyrauld said. "They won't tell me whal to (in. Rui why shouldn'1 we take some information from II was after the council's work was criticized last year by i i S. S. licisman. deputy minister i of finance, thai Dr. Smilh re- sipned. Mr. Hcisman said the council had become I ivilh nothing new to say. By .1. (JKAIIAM "populnic or perish" vi-w views on population." he country, blessed with alum- iy immigration and, best of that immigration could L'oiTcspunilrni i was formulated recently by :i v, rale in a widely printed arli- dance of fowl ,iml material all, by producing our own cili- a significant difference AUCKLAND (CI1) "Pop- prominent member of lhe elc. "One believes that silting on lhe zcns right here al home. pressure from Asian ulale or perish" has been profession, Dr. 11. I'. are progress, ideas, of a less fortunate "After lire war our birth most a national slogan in New Dunn. MinHhis. hands lo work world, living in a fool's para- j rale rose by 1900 lo 2C.-1 per As much by good luck Zealand from Ihe lime while "There arc two opposing oliier thai people arc pol- disc, imagining Hint there will but since then it has good management, setllemcnt began early last iulion, moiilhs lo feed, a be any more wars or steadily fallen lo 21 4. Any spondenLs state. New century. s J tl S. I J. it V "We arc an under-populated rapid increase in popnlalion peoples in the world Increasingly hold In be being strongly challenged ,V.SK5> I'A.lllLV affluence in a environmentalists who 1 8 He advocates family climate, in a country tliat the policy really C'lUSSV Police OVIT anee payments to mothers sconically beautiful, with- "populate and pollute." increasing scale for overcrowding, free from New Zealand continues lo be immigration-oriented. The government assists f child and greatly increased UlldCr llOOD lUgfUl Clubs 111 Ji.lj. tax deductions for family 1 pollution, and still allowing easy access for all to unspoiled natural surround- with suitable qualifications from numerous countries, mainly in Western Europe and North America. Previously, the ease for or against immigration has been argiisil mainly on the (HNS) Playing in lhe Easl Kootenay Higli School Junior Girls Basketball League at Jaifray recently, Spanvood junior girls were defeated by the Jaffray girls His case would have re-VICTORIA (CP) law.' Ihe altorney-general ccjral unqualified en-ver police have thwarted a said, adding tliat he received a doi-semenl a few years ago move by organized criminals j report on the dubs from Van- -m tne preseri[ climate of from outside Canada lo lake couver prosecutor Stewart Me- n nas widely over some toplcss-bo'Jomless Morran which included pictures challenged. Wliile some corre-nighlclubs in Vancouver, atlor- of some of lhe in 5p0ndenls to newspapers The whole resources o[ the nation, the environmentalists affirm, should be directed to safeguard such conditions. The suresl way to destroy them would be Ihc introduc- of Uie for population tos n c r a LM11C ac-iion. supported Dr. Dunn's of labor intensive indus- an empty land, against such economic factors as inflationary tendencies and opportunities. FEAR ASIAN INFLUX Zealand today lias a population of less than three million in an area of square miles. Immigration advocates claim that unless Uw population is greatly increased with readily four points each. Toni DeLuca netted three points and Lorraine Uppy and DcnLse Wood collected two points each. Sparwood junior boys edged Invermere 52 51. Scoring for the winners were Randy Beech with 15, Les Tennant and Anthony Paron wilh 10 each and Francois Bouvier with seven points, Stuart Mitchell here. Mr. Peterson said in an interview organized criminals had taken over one club and moved to take over n second, "but the police moved in and they wore sent packing." He said he has also instructed lhe Vancouver prosecutor'5 office lo warn nightclub opera-lore Ihat they will be charged if they don't cover up their said he was issuing lhe warning ralher Ulan ordering I that charges be laid imme- 1 dialely because the Canadian Restaurant Association had indicated its membership wished lo comply with the law. Not all the clubs liable lo prosecution are members of the association Mr. Peterson said, adding Ihat it was up to I police to make their own judge- i ments on which clubs should have sharply disagreed. Some say the course he advocates would destroy the very features which make life in New Zealand most atfrac live. They disagree witii the and large-scale population increases to service them. The prospect is that die government will conlinue its program of assisted immigration for selected occupations. ble immigrants, then vast numbers of people from the teeming millions in nearby Asia will flood in anyway, destroying the present way points. Spanvood junior boys were defeated by Invermere 50 to said he issued the order after reviewing evidence eol-lecled by Vancouver police in visits lo the ciubs last month "I still regard nudity in prosecuted. Organized criminals are wailing lo see the attitude taken by law cnforccmenl COSTS Gelling married isn'l expensive, provided you take Ihe trouble to do a lillle advance planning. Must reading for everyone heading for lhe do not possess a place as offensive towards topless-bottomless YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND A modem version of the as in contempt he BIGGEST JUMP IN DECADE Trie consumer pries index rose to U6.3 (or December from 135..1 in November, the. advance between those two months in the Inst decade, Slalislici Canndci reported. The index, based on 1961 pikes equalling 100, was 129.8 a year ago. "Everyone says there's something about an Olds. Actually, there are a lot oi From prestige to engineering leadership, Oldsmobilc says it hotter than any other car. When people say, something about an Olds" they're just summing it all up. The sum of the parts. Tlu-rc's a long list of niceties that go into making Oldsmobile the kind of car it is. Each year, there are some new ideas and tome proven favourites. for YM2 is the front bumper that absorbs lhe shock of minor impacts. utilize heavier gaupe steel and spring-steel mounts. The bumper retracts on impact and then returns to its original position. That's a "step ahead" feature thnt now joins our regular standard features. Automatic transmission. Power front disc brakes. Power .steering. Rocket, V8 performance. matched lo the weight of the car. even refined the steer- And Ihink about the thermoplastic inner front, fenders ing geometry. that deflect water, stones and road sail to discourage cor- Delta SS is the car for the distance. rosion of the outer fenders. And Ihe muffler and exhaust system coaled with rual- resisling aluminum for Ionizer life. Olds is famous for lliti ride. Elegance and comfort within your reach. Insidu this JJdia SS Sedan is a rich look and feel Lo match the mood of the car. You can stretch out and relax on a five-foot wide front The Olds ride is once a story of refinnnenus scat. All solid foam. made over the years. Hut this year's G-Ride may be hard There are simulated wood grain insc-i'U and deep pile carpeting. to improve. G-Ride is a combination of engineering advances, all inlerclatcd. All this in the lowest-priced big OJdemol'ile. Olds Delta 88. Not just another prcily nv. Al. Like improved Supershocks. And springs, computer- Oldsmobile dealer, today. Dclln Town Sedan. Some of the cgmpmtr.f UlnslrGlC'i at czlra cost. Rurklmq SMI and rliouldrr bells ir. an you can livr Wnlch "THE WIMTEOAKS OF )AI.NA" Sunday nights at nine. And picl< up your inlnuluclion book al your Chevrolet find Oldsmobile dealers. ;