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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Howled over Bowled over with astonishment, Sharon McKinley holds the bowling pin her ball knocked irvto two pieces during a game in Pekin, Illinois. "It just stood there for a while and then fell intp two she said. New development to house Queen will get an eyeful during visit Wednesday, April 25, T973 THE LETHBRiOGE HERAID 33 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. (CP) A billion development incor porating housing for per sons and industrial and com mercial sites is planned for this community just west of Toronto Bruce McLaugblin, presiden of S. B. McLaughlin Associates Ltd., which owns the 2.600 acres involved, says five major Cana dian financial institutions hav. agreed to put up million tc acquire a 50-per-cent interest in the development. They are The Royal Bank o Canada, Canada Trust, Cana dian General Electric Credi Ltd., Toronto-Dominion Bank and TD Realty Investments. Mr. McLaughlin said the pro- ject, Mississauga City Develop- ment, would consist of dwelling units in saven years including detached and semi-de- t a c h e d houses, townhousas apartments and condominiums. Coal-fired plant set for Montana HELENA, Mont. (AP) A permit is likely to be issued later this week enabling Mon- tana Power Co. to build a coal- fired generation plant at Col- strip, the chief of the state air quality bureau reports. Donald Holtz said technicians are reviewing the final environ- mental impact statement for the million plant. The permit will allow con- struction of pollution control fa- cilities. Holtz said the bureau staff is reviewing a claim by five Uni- versity- of Montana profess-rs that there are flaws in state data on the plant's pollution po- tential, i The industrial and commer- cial sectors would cover 750 acres and Mr. McLaughlin esti- meted these would new jobs in the town. In .an inlerview, he said the development would ease the current housing situation locally and steroid reouce the price of housing by bringing on the mar- ket large quantities of serviced land. New, single-family house prices have soared in the area to an average of hi the last joar because of shortage of serviced land. SEES LOWER COST Land for single-family houses now is worth a bt in Mississauga, Mr. Mc- Laughlin said, and he thinks this could be reduced by with a corresponding cut in house other markst conditions re- main the same. Under the joint venture, McLaughlin Associates and the other investors will serv- ice the land and sell it to builders. The McLaughlin firm, which is also a builder, will buy back an undeter- mired number of lots to build on itself. The Boyal Bank, Canada Trust and Canadian General Electric Credit Ltd. will each 12% per cent of the joint venture, while Tircnto-Domin- on Bank and TD Realty Invest- 'ants together will own cent. The McLaughlin firm vill own the remaining 50 per ent. Mississauga Mayor Chic Mur- sy said: "If it will drop the rice of housing, I'm all for it." But he -wondered whether the own could absorb new ousing units in seven years as as other residential devel- pment taking place. He esti- mated that by 1980 Mississau- a's population will increase to from its present Romance in tJie air? Despite denials, many believe romance is in ihe oir os Princess Anns behind it. Mark Phillips at ibe Amberly Horse Show in GrencasJer, England. They're seen together many Jimes Indians hit jackpot with tourism business FORT WILLIAM RE- SERVE, Ont. (CP) When the Queen visits here July 3, she'll find a million-dollar ski club, a trailer campground, a bar and a recreational lake- plus 70 Indian families who are doing nicely. Should the Queen delay her visit a little, chances are she'd also have a motel and golf course to inspect, to say nothing of riding stables, cross-country ski and snow- mobile runs. "They thought they were giving us the useless smield Chief Leonard Pelle- tier, a young hockey player of local renown. "But as it turns out we're sitting on perhaps the most valuable real estate around here." That's a far cry from 1801, when the 0 j i b w a y band. moved here from Grand Por- tage across the United States border, received a 30-square- mile reserve under an 1849 treaty and in 1905 sold off the Kaministiquia riverfront sec- tion to what later became Ca- nadian National Railways. They were left with a swamp, Mount McKay, two hilltop lakes and a Lake Superior bay that was nice to look at. And that's how it remained tourism took a hold and skiing and camping made the scene in a big way. SKI CLUB POPULAR Now the ski club has seasonal members, the young discuss amortization plans and send their children to city schools, and Father Mara, the Jesuit who ministers to the re- serve, says: "We have a bingo problem rather than a drinking problem." Considering most of it has happened in the last two years, that's not bad going. It was in 1971 that the young Indians bought with federal and provincial private ski club leasing their land. This came only after they had persuaded the elders there was nothing to fear in the phrase "surrender" of land in the legal document setting up Ojibway Resorts Ltd. The "surrender" was from themselves to them- selves via a corporate struc- ture, but the elders had balked at the project for three years. To .cover the cost of the lodge, plus expansion, Ot- tawa provided a Agri- cultural and Rural Develop- ment Administration grant, the province a grant through the Northern Ontario Development Corp., with the Indian affairs department coming up with loans total- ing "Even with the poor snow this winter, we'll make a said Howard Bannon, area manager for Ojibway Resorts. Glen (Sancho) Bannon, a student in business adminis- tration and second violinist in the local symphony, is seeking a loan to open a pro ski shop. Glen is chairman of the band's economic development committee. He and Howard are not directly related. Most of the band members are sur- named Bannon or Pelletier. The band received last year from summer tour- ists taking the chairlift to the top of Mount McKay, from its toll-gate a car) for the scenic drive to the top, and from the nearby city of Thunder Bay for use of Loch Lomond water for 30 years. The reserve encompasses only a part of the loch, but the water pipeline traverses the reserve, and as part of a deal with city council the reserve homes get free piped city water in perpetuity. Unlike most reserves, Fort William boasts a liquor lounge. "We voted wet in 1961 and it was the best thing that said Howard Ban- non. "It drove out the bootleg- gers." For a home on the reserve, the Indians can get an government grant plus a low- interest loan to a total of If any prefer a home off-reserve, a grant can be obtained. reserve totals 452 mem. bers, of whom 117 live in Thunder Bay. Auli-war fast in second year BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) Comedian Dick Gregory says he will continue an anJ war fast "until all American hostilities in South- east Asia have ceased." A spokesman for Gregory said his fast will have lasted two years as of yesterday and that Gregory now weighs 98 pounds after starting at 158. The statement said he would continue to abstain from solid food and consume only liquids "as long as American bombs are bringing death and destruc- tion to the people of Laos and suesssfSiiSk Intervac charter flights cost much less than scheduled airlines regardless of when you travel. (SCHEDULED AIRLINES EXTRA, PER PASSENGER, EACH WAY FOR WEEKEND TRAVEL) Act quickly. 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