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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD March 1971 Young bristles under attack OTTAWA CP John chairman of the federal prices and incomes bristled Tuesday under accusa tions that he and his organiza tion are responsible for current high rates of unemployment in The normallycool and persu asive economist came close to exploding New Democrat and Conservative members of the Commons commit tee ignored or turned aside lus repeated statements that the commissions prime aim has been to find ways of maintain ing high employment while fighting price YOUNG Almost explodes New birth control device CHICAGO AP Develop ment of a copper amiplastic birth control device said to be nearly as as birtlicon trol pills was announced The device is called Cu is the chemical symbol for cop The device is in the shape of a Searle and manu facturer of the birthcontrol pill said the new device is expected to be on the market during the summer and that it be available only through Thomas senior of research and development at said in an interview that the device has been tried by thousands of wo men in the United Peru and The conracepulve effect of copper was discovered three or four years he and dis covery of the device was made by Jaime Zipper of the Uni of The CU7 is made of a small piece of flexible about onesixteenth of an inch in the shape of a with copper covering most of lie The top is about one inch across and the stem is about 1i inches Irwin vice president of medical said the CU7 achieves a preg nancy rate of near zero and is almost as effective as oral For women who cannot take birthcontrol pills because of their side the new de vice appears to represent an effective Winter Winter sail the fU7 makes it pos women to wear it longer and with more comfort than other intrautermc He raised his voice in appar ent anger when Grace Maclnnis Kingsway persisted with a contention that Young had foreseen that liigh unemployment would re ult from antiinflation mea we foresaw that unem ployment would he We argued that coopera tion by different sections of the community in holding down costs and prices in cooperatiou could lessen We worked for that coopera tion for six Then to bo accused of not being concerned about unemployment is mildly he finished more EXPLAINS AIMS He told Maclnnis he would try again to explain what the commission has been trying to He repeated for the fourth tune that governments every where in the Western industrial world have found that they are unable to keep products e activ ity and employment going strong without encountering price inflation that gets out of The only weapons available to curb inflation are spending and credit restraints that slow down output and cause unemploy he What the commission was as signed to do in 1969 was to find a way to moderate the impact of antiinflation policies used by the prevent a major slowing of output and The commission persuaded businessmen to cooperate last year in a pricerestraint pro but its attempts to win cooperation in a payrestraint program NEEDED COOPERATION Some people say the com mission failed to achieve some he We could say the country failed to achieve Had Canadians cluding organized labor and in a payrestraint infla tionary cost pressures would have been reduced and the country could have started ear lier to expand productive activ thereby avoiding some of the current In answer to questions by Alfred Hales PCWelling Young said the com mission expressed its views publicly and pressed them pri vately on the need to limit pay increases to six per cent a year when the government was in volved in salary He said provincial govern which are substantial had failed to coop erate with the wage guides and somewhat hampered the pro David Orlikow peg North predicted that price inflation would resume this unemployment would but then we will have the worst of both What was the point of last years exercise then he Your policies led to I say this is a POLICIES BLAMED Young went through his explanation of what the com mission was trying to do once again when John Lundrigan PC charged wage offer that the commissions policies had damaged regions such as id the small size of I callsed a d it possible for presslon m Easten There seems to be some con fusion that we are the govern said Dr adding that the commission aimed al reducing the need for antiinflation measures by the I i Since that would reduce the depressing impact on New I am surprised you utildnt welcome our he Liquor hoard workers reject When Lundrigan said the EDMONTON CP A wage was a waste of goi tsuc ing 700 emmcnt money it hat of the Alberta Control calcd Young has bei turned over to the chairman and uce But Commissioner George ran of the board in an Freeman told Lundngan tn obtain an acceptable really cannot understand ment your attitude1 and went through explanation once 10 DO RESE FT Young said earlier that t h t designated commission The icjecod a mediation r 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