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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE ttlllWIDCI HERALD Tutidoy, NovBmbtr 16, 1570 Garbage dump closures alters Grizzly habits CAUIAKY (CP) The elus-1 ing of garbage dumps in Ycl-! Imvsluae National Park has; "drastically altered" Grizzly boar habits and could lead to a human fatality next summer, says John Craigbead, leader of the Montana Co-operative Wild- life Research Unit. Dr. Craighcad. from liis- soula. Mont, said closure of a major open pit garbage dump has resulted in increased visits of grizzlies to public camp- grounds in search of food. If the other major dump is i dosed as scheduled next j'car, "there very likely be a j fatality." he told the second in- j ternational conference on bear; re-'earch and management at (lie University of Calgary .Most bear .specialists agree that availability of garbage to grizzlies lessens their tear ot man and increases chances of human injury. Dr. Craigbead and his broth- er Frank, of Moose, Wyo., who have spent about million on Grizzly bear research in the last 12 years, said (heir studies have shown that almost every- one of the nearly 200 Grizzlies in Yellowstone use garbage as a food source, and there has been a traditional build-up of Grizzlies around the park's open dumps in summer. Abruptly cutting off that food source, they said, will only send the bears into the public campgrounds in search of tood and (hat already has happened. Park administrators have set a goal of having all Grizzlies using natural foods by 1971 They are replacing open gar- bage dumps with sanitary landfills. bear-proofed' wilh chain-link fcnc'cs and electri- fied wire. So J.s underwear brand Identity of Trudeau's latest date confidential OTTAWA (CP) 'Hie identity oC Pvirac Minister Tmdeau's latest date and (lie brand name choice of Opposi- tion Leader Robert SlunficU in underwear will remain con- fidential. But little else will when In- formation Canada hits full stride, spokesmen said as the first of 10 planned regional in- quiry centres and bookstores held a preview here Monday. The centre opens Monday, with others to start function- ing across the country at in- tervals, beginning with Mont- real and Winnipeg. "If it's factual, we'll find CTC board j member dies OTTAWA (CP) G. Russell Boucher, 70. member of the Ca- nadian transport commission, died in hospital here after a brief illness. An Ottawa-born lawyer, Mr. Bcucher was elected in 1940 as Conservative member of Par- liament for Carleton and re- elected in 1945. He stepped down in 1948 to allow George Drew, then national leader of the party, to win the seat in the general election that year. Mr. Boucher was appointed to (he former Air Transport Board hi 1962 and became a member of the transport com- mission when it absorbed tlie board in 191J7. He was active on both the air and railway transport commit- tees of the commission. He is survived by his wife. They hsd no children. NEEDS ENGINEERS A finance ministry committee reported Israel will need 19.000 engineers within the next dec- ade. INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns far Full Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TO ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide St. E.. Dept. 15 Toronto 1, Ontario Williams, still good ivife friends LONDON (AP) Singer Andy Williams and his French- born wife Claudine, whose mar- riage broke up six months ago, say they are still good friends. So good, in fact, that they into London from Los An- geles together Saturday, "just to keep each other company." Andy, 39, and his 28-year-old wife told reporters their trial separation is working out well. Williams, here for ihe royal variety show at the Palladium tonight, said their marriage broke lip because he was bored its routine and his way of. life. "We finally decided lo have a guess a civilized separation is the best descrip- tion for it." Williams said he likes playing golf and going fishing and tak- ing a couple of weeks off with- Two-gun dies SINGAPORE (AP; Two- Gun H o w, former Singapore police inspector who was the first Asian policeman to re- ceive Britain's Imperial Ser- vice Medal, died here at the age of 98. ICing George V awarded the decoration to In- spector How Sin, remembered by oldtiir.ers as a crack pistol shot with either hand. How re- tired in 1929. (Left to R'Sbl) 6mver2 S, C. O'Brien and J7. Pietancft will) eie.vmsster- A. J. Kc.r Only a handful of North Americans have the judgment to brew great beer. Three of them now brew Calgary Export Lager. Their treasured diploma ofilic British Institulc of Brewing, highest achievement of Hie brew. cr's art. It require? fix or touch apprenticeship and inlcn- :-ive study. ]t develops skill, judgment and iaslc. Few, indeed, are those who qu.ilily. Yet, we demand that diploma of our Calgary brewmnstcr and his assistants, and three of our men have earned it. They love beer. They insist on the purest writer, the mellowest mail? Brewed by beer lovers for beer lovers. M fill ivi> t t fS'GTOP" Mjf. VAffl'J CO 110 CAltABV C'N 2n a of quality out having to be answerable to anyone. Claudine chirped in: "It's true that Andy and I separated. We are living apart. But we still love each other. We're still very good friends." They have been married nine years and have three children, Noelle, 7, Christian, 5, and Rob- ert, I. said Chuck Long, who heads Information Canada's inquiries centres division in outlining the agency's aim. And, if it's a question about policy that hasn't been made say so." Touring reporters noted that Members of Parliament'some- times wait for months to ob- tain factual replies to even (ho simplest questions that are placed on UK Commons order paper. Would Information Canada be any more effective? "We hope we will be more effective because this is our replied Uvcien Parizeau, who directs the federal agen- cy's question-answering divi- sion. "We have a moral responsi- bility to follow up an inquiry." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture BEdg, I PHONE 328-7684M Besides being replied lo, the public's questions will be ana- lysed for anything they may tell the government about issues or areas of discontent. If questions concentrated heavily on pollution policy, for example, that would indicate a trend to he brought to the attention of departments con- cerned. An analysis of incoming queries weekly or every 10 days would be available to government and to public. The new Information Can- ada centres consist of a bookstore where government publications are sold, infor- mation officers lo listen to questions and get answers for members of the public who telephone or come in person and a small reading room. ATTENTION MOBILE HOME BUYERS! 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