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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Another natural enemy of the pheasants in the southern part of the province is the skunk. Mr. Skunk particularly likes pheasant eggs. it's a real delicacy when he is able to sneak up on a sleeping adult bird. While this striped fugitive may have some Rood points in its its bad points overwhelm and it is constantly being pur- sued as ar undesirable in Alberta. Skunks attempting to move into this province from neighboring Saskatchewan have a high incidence of being rabid. they have acquired a taste for pheasant. Main problem at present is that the Saskatchewan skunks are migrating west across the border. This skunk migration has taken place for many years and is usually continuous until mid- according to Dale biologist and pest control specialist with the provincial department'of agriculture. In its fight with the Alberta government has es- tablished an 18-mile buffer zone from the Montana border on the south to'Cold Lake on the north. Rats and skunks are among the greatest carriers of the disease. it should be remembered and that Alberta is the last region in North America to be free of rats. Mr. Alsager asks anyone who sees a skunk in the buffer zone to kill or destroy it. In any report it to the nearest pest control or law enforcement agency. Provincial veterinarians would receive the carcasses of as many skunks as possible from the buffer zone so they can be checked for rabies. Only three skunks have been found with rabies since the control program was instituted in 1970. Biologists feel that even though the number of rabid skunks checked is there's still a real danger about the disease spreading into the interior of the province through skunks. The skunks move from their summer quarters to their' winter quarters along vacant badger fox brush piles and even open areas. There would appear to be more grain under granaries and teed in haystacks and under various other buildings in the phea- sant province. When the province set up its buffer zone for Controlling skunks along the Saskatchewan it also set up a radial depopulation program. Under this program attempts are madfe to destroy every skunk within a three-mile radius of a point where a rabid skunk has been found. The biologists feel the over-all control program has been successful. Main objective of the program is to destroy rabid animals much more quickly than it would be by disease. Rabies spread rapidly to other members of the wildlife and it's here'where a great danger exists. Before the disease burnt itself it would take a very heavy toll among other wildlife. It's understood that even local tourist promoters have marked Mr. Genus who is a close relative of the European as an undesirable. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre 05 Lethbridge...... 22 Medicine Hat 24 Pincher Creek... 20 Grande Prairie 19 Edmonton 22 Banlf.......... 19 Calgary......18 Victoria.......46 Prince Rupert... 41 Penticton 42 Kamloops 36 Vancouver...... 47 Saskatoon....... 27 Regina........24 Winnipeg.....31 Toronto........50 Ottawa......... 52 Montreal 54 Chicago......48 New York 69 Washington 79 Miami.......... 87 Los Angeles..... 67 Phoenix......84 Denver.......31 FORECAST Lethbridge Cloudy with snowflurries highs near 15 lows 5-10 cloudy periods Sunday with brief snowflurries and highs near 10 above. Medicine Hat Cloudy with 11 14 11 4 0 4 9 31 25 25 27 35 13 12 22 36 34 38 36 53 56 77 57 53 26 .03 .28 .02 .02 .29 .16 .20 04 brief snowflurries highs 15-20 lows near cloudy and colder Sun- highs 5-10 above. Calgary Cloudy with snowflurries highs 10- 15 lows near 5 cloudy periods few snowflurries and highs near 10 above. Columbia Kootenay cloudy occasional snow. cloudy with sunny periods occasionally windy. Highs today and Sun- day near 25. Lows tonight around 10. MONTANA East of Continental Snow at times and continued cold today and Sun- day. Gusty easterly winds will cause local drifting snow ex- treme south portion. Highs to- day and Sunday 15 to 25. Lows tonight 5 to 15. West of Continental Variable cloudiness and cooler today with scattered snow flurries main- ly near continental divide. Gusty easterly winds. Cloudy with scattered snow tonight and Sunday. Continued cold with gusty winds. Daytime highs 20s. Lows tonight 5 to 15. Don't Miss BONANZA DAYS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Oct. 29 to Nov. 2 Five Days of Fantastic Bargains Refreshments and Prizes See the Display of Machinery and Irrigation Equipment CELEBRATING OUR 31st ANNIVERSARY GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutta Highway Box 1202 PhOM 321-1141 Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening one mile sec- lion of Highway No. 3 east of Port Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways arc in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway V a.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerti 8 a.m. to Wild Horse8a.m. RoosevilleSa.m. to midnight. Logan Pass closed I Foreign relations expansion may include Communist nations Novwnbw UTHMIMIH1IULD-I The Philippines They call it win- wjth the Socialist and Communist countries. Some officials also speak of in foreign relations. What .they mean is that the one of the most anti-Communist nations in Asia until a year is ready to expand its relations with China and the Soviet Union. Yet how does Manila expect to reconcile its recent over- tures to Peking with its close relations with Secretary for Foreign Af- fairs Carlos P. Romulo was asked if he had a formula in mind for this. He replied negotiations first would be held with the Nationalists on Taiwan and later with the Chinese Communists. Nixon and Premier Tanaka have showed the he referring to how the American and Japanese leaders had gone to Peking for talks. The Philippines are getting ready a plan of its the foreign secretary but does not know if it will be acceptable. have no magic he said. Mr. Romulo does have a personal invitation from his old friend. Chinese Prime Minister Chou to visit Peking officially or as as an individual whenever he chooses. The invitation was first extended at the. Bandung Conference in Indonesia in 1955. He does not yet know when he will use the in- vitation. Thus far formal Philippine contacts with China have been confined to one irade delega- tion visit to Peking. No formal relations have yet been established with the Soviet although calls have been paid in Moscow by travelling Filipino personages such as First Lady Imelda Marcos and former speaker of the house Cornelio Villareal. A Philippine trade delega- tion 'has also 'conferred with the Russians. And it was recently disclosed the Soviet Union will send a joint oil ex- ploration and trade mission to the Philippines soon to par- ticipate'in the multi-national search for petroleum that already involves eight foreign companies from the Australia and Great Britain. occasional rumors that Moscow has expressed an interest in obtaining naval facilities in the Mr. Romuio declared no such approach had been made. The diplomatic pace has moved a bit faster with the .Communist governments of Eastern and last year Manila es- tablished relations with Romania and Yugoslavia. Now under consideration are relations with Czechoslovakia and East Germany as well. Asked which came first in Philippine Moscow Mr. Romulo said Peking was not necessarily first. Economic develop- ment the New crucial test. The Philippines -revisited By HENRY S. HAYWARD Christian Science Monitor TWt U the twith ii a tertet of five articles on the Philip- lilt one focuiag M Filipino overtam to awl Peking. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Dtntal Mtthttite Ccpitol Furniture Bide. 328-7684 CUffllE'S FINE FOODS ENS wrf Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK WO ajn. to IfcOO p.m. 15169thAve. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS CASA DEL MONTE Special Notice to Interested Buyers Effective November the price of Casa Del Monte will be increased to corres- pond with replacement costs. For more information and appointment to PHONE 328-3707 W G CHUTE CONSTRUCTION Also we have two homes under-construction in West Lethbridge CAPITOL FURNITURE. CARPETS List Price is '2895 B210 Supplied and Serviced by Foreign Car Sorvice 4 BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR The MORE CHANC you have .the to Purchase of to Entitles You to 1 Entry to Entitles You to 2 to Entitles You to 3 to Entitles You to 4 so DRAW WILL BE MADE DEC. 24th Mow's the time to Beautify Your Home c For Your Selection Nowl Use Our LAY-AWAY La-Z-Boy Recliner Rockers CREDIT PLANS Lamps Appliances Household Furniture Opon Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Frl. Nights and CARPETS ;