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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta rne bBi r a and wished them luck. Either the rifle was accurately sighted or luck was because the next time Mr. Busch checked they had two elk. In his encounters with Mr. Busch was friendly and always taking time to chat for a few moments. are easy to get along he said. understand each Wildlife officers seldom carry which might seem inconsistent with their work- ing conditions nearly every person they deal with carries a gun. good would a pistol do if a guy was sur- rounded by six Frank Somerville asks. sidearm can just get in the way and cause But hunters aren't usually the sort to cause says Mr. Busch. The game laws are im- portant to because adequate enforcement protects and preserves wildlife. 'And hunting without a licence is a thing of the he said. rarely find anyone out hunting who isn't adequately There are he such as illegal kills. radio call reported two mule deer does shot near Yarrow Creek. an inexperienced hunter will get excited and shoot a doe by Mr. Busch said. experienced are pretty During the day's patrols and the evening's the relationship between hunters and officers was genial. Mr. Busch reported that hunters were quite complimentary about the completeness of coverage in the area. Complete coverage means long days for the of- ficers. And long weeks. the week you have to be out there to make sure they're doing it he said. Sunday you have to be out to make sure they're not doing Toward Mr. Busch set up his roadblock at an intersection near where the Por- cupine Hills flattened out into prairie. He was- joined a few minutes later by Const. John Gladwin of the Claresholm RCMP who would help for the rest of the evening. don't find many infractions because of Mr. Busch said. we get a good idea of what's being shot and how many hunters it shows the public Fish and out A string of cars came down out of the hills. Murray Busch got out of the warm truck and stood in the cold signalling the vehicles to and the checking began. how's it what everyone but they're still shooting elk and deer.. Can I see your hunting Wildlife officer Murray inspects a hunter's licence near a roadblock. Later in the day he examines the fresh trophy and tags of another hunter9s kill ;