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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WcdnMday, August 28, 1974 -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -27 Duck damage may hit million if Alberta harvesting delayed EDMONTON (CP) Ducks could do up to million damage this fall if the harvesting of swathed grain is delayed any further, says a provincial fish and wildlife division official. Harold Weaver of Red Deer, co-ordinator of duck damage prevention programs for the Approval seen SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) The ordination of women into the Episcopal priesthood will probably be approved at the denomination's triennial convention in 1976, the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church predicts. division, said a wet fall could lead to that much damage by migrating ducks. The Alberta Wheat Pool has said the late spring has delayed harvesting up to two weeks in central and northern Alberta and that swathing is not expected to become general in these areas until the first week of September. This will place huge amounts of swathed grain within reach of ducks at the height of the migration period. If the fall is wet, delaying harvesting of the swathed grain, damage could be heavy. Damage caused by ducks devouring, trampling and defecating on swathed grain has averaged between and per year, although it soared to more than in 1969. The government has fought the damages with an ex- perimental program in the Peace River country and central Alberta which showed that ducks will leave nearby farmers' fields alone if grain is spread out in secure bait stations The program is con- tinuing this year under federal assistance, with six bait stations in the Peace River country and 10 in central Alberta An additional 10 stations will be used in 1975 and 1976 Double S Drilling THREE HILLS, ALBERTA WATER WELL DRILLING Cable tool. Owner operated Larry and Tom Scott. Currently operating in Lethbridge. Phone 757-3681 BARONS for more information. Border arrest U.S. border officers are shown arresting U.S. Army deserter Ronald Anderson of Mission, B.C., at Blaine, Washing- ton, crossing. Witnesses say police chased him into Canada. Photo, taken from Canadian side facing southwest, shows border marker, right, Peace Arch, left, and cars heading into the U.S. Housing project planned OTTAWA (CP) The Central Mortgage and Hous- ing Corp (CMHC) plans to build demonstration housing projects revealing new and economical housing and com- munity design methods, CMHC president William Teron said Tuesday. He said in a news release the corporation has establish- ed a new demonstration pro- ject group whose first task will be development of a pro- ject housing up to peo- ple in Nepean Township in the Ottawa area Cost of the pro- ject has not yet been set. The Nepean project is one of several that will demonstrate new housing materials, new ways of conserving energy and new designs fitting family needs more closely, Mr. Teron said CMHC vice-president Ian Maclennan, who will head the new group, said in an inter- view that the corporation plans to announce a project in Quebec soon but a location has not been selected. Projects might be established in other regions soon. Mr Maclennan said the group does not expect a "whirlwind improvement overnight but we will try things that private industry, for a number of reasons, can't do" Private industry was cautious about trying new methods because of the risk involved. Mr. Maclennan said the project group is principally interested in methods that will be economic. Some radically new ideas might be tried, but on a small scale. The group hopes the first project will attract people from a wide income range, he said. Mr. Maclennan said 14 lead- ing Ontario consulting firms have been asked to submit ideas on planning and design- ing the Nepean project. Ac- tual construction was ex- pected to begin in late 1975. Tent city for students THUNDER BAY (CP) A tight housing market has forc- ed Lakehead University's off- campus housing registry to prepare a temporary "tent city" for out-of-town students. About one-half Lakehead's student population is from outside the city and un- iversity residences can only accommodate about 500. The registry hopes to set up 10-man tents on the university grounds to accommodate about 50 or more students for up to four weeks. f PHOTO master charge 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6661 CLOSED THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL P.M. 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