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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November W3-THE LCTHMIOQE HERALD -17 The earlier than planned closure of the pheaunt season in Alberta should serve a two-fold purpose. As a public relations it should help quieten the out- cry that there is a real scarcity of birds and some positive steps sbiuld be taken to bring back a half decent population. Allan minister of lands and said the phea- sant season will close Nov. rather than the initially-planned Dec.l. Edmonton announcement says pheasant populations in the province have been declining during the past 20 years. Dur- ing the hatching season this spring the decline was accentuated by weather problems. The weather was hardest on the first hatch of par- ticularly in' the southern part of the province. There's no gettting away from the sudden blast of wintry weather which hit a few weeks ago made hunting much different. Almost immediately the birds started to bunch up. The light skittering of snow made hunting exceptionally easy. The birds were easy to track and you could bet the tracks were no more than 15 to 90 minutes old at most. The early closure of the season should save more of the mature'birds. in .theory at this should mean more eggs next spring. It should be remembered that the action taken this year is like fighting a fire at best. let's go for some fire prevention programs. What about a provincial How about an extensive habitat improvement As far as many Canadians are development of Canada's north country or disrupt a very thin and fragile surface. The-makeup of this north country terrain is such that it will take scores of years to if ever. Biologists have found that a low-flying helicopter over the breeding ground of snow greese can raise real havoc. It's the same as crushing every says A. H. Preston of the Canadian Wildlife Service. of these birds were disturbed by planes flying as far as 20 miles away.. are the polar bears. Many of these great animals aren't nearly as fierce as they are made out to be. Restricting firearms from workmen may help the bears considerably and not cause any hardship on workers. Far less of a problem than attempting'to'cross a street. The muskox is another great animal that requires con- siderable care and attention. Stampeding can cause a real problem for a frightened herd. The herds can be stampeded into oblivion if we are not'extremely careful. Political rift between U.S. growing Brings You Extra Value at f Quilted Top Spread Tw.n Mtt Each ..ZO.4D Here is outstanding value. Polyester fabric and fill. Floral design. Ruffled sides. Blue. Gingham Granny Spread easy-care perma- press Polyester fill and Nylon Tricot backing. Wash- Double able. Quilted top and ruffled sides. Assorted shades. An analysis by HENRY S. BRADSHER -1973 Washfegtar Star-News HONG KONG The failure of Wang the Tadical young member of the Chinese to appear Oie visit of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger has emphasized the political ten- sions in China's United States policy. Since his promotion 2Vz months ago. to the No. 3 posi- tion in Wang had been at the side of chairman Mao Tse-Tung at all of 'he Com- munist party leader's meetings with foreign visitors. But Wang was noticeably absent from Mao's reception of Kissinger as from other events for the .U.S. delegation. Premier Chou En-Lai has been Kissinger's host. At the communist party congress in August which promoted Wang indirect- ly criticized Chpu's domestic and foreign policies. Themes which he sounded then have since been into ma- jor press attacks on ap- parently with Mao's backing. Chou warned at the party con- gress of A .danger to China of surprise attack by the Soviet Union. Contradicting Wang warned of such a danger only from'the Soviet Union tint also from the U.S. Disagreement over China's rapprochment with Washington has-been a noticeable part of the radical challenge to Chou's pragmatic bureaucracy since at least last June. With this Wang obviously wanted to have nothing to do with Kissinger. But he has been with Mao dur- ing visits of Egyp- Australian and Sierra Leone leaders in the last two months. One theme in some of the in- direct press attacks on attacks in the guise of criticiz- ing the ancient Chinese philosopher has been too much love for princes. Chou has been providing an exile home for Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cam- bodia for years. But Sihanouk has recently com- plained that Chinese support was declining. Over the weekend Sihanouk announced that his exile government in Peking would be wound up and its offices be moved to although he was staying on in China apparently having lost all in- fluence on the Cambodian anti-government forces. Although the situation remained the possibility existed that Chou had lost an internal argument in Peking over how to handle the Cambodian situation. Partners given priority By. DOUG SMALL .ROME as has put the interests 4 its farmers ahead of con- ierns for a world food stock- tiling program proposed as jiiffer against starvation in uture lean years. 'Agriculture Minister Sugene Whelan told a United tatkms agency conference to- lay that Canada prepared to 'move in the of a food security system. 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