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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 1HE lEIIIBSIDGE HERAID Wfdrmetay, Mtmh 59, world's tallest IM'utul inailod oul KT More tban nni I ion Taxpayers have filed their u'71 income tax returns nmf roftinci for overpay- ments liuve lieen prepared for 1 7? milliun of them, the reve- nue department reported today. Approximately 9.5 million tax- payers are expected to file re- tbU spring. Deadline for mailing ri'tunis withoul a latc- Filini: penalty us May i. The department said refund cheques totalling million have been mailed or made ready for mailing so far this year. Tola' tax revenue expected to come in the retmra this year is Sll billion. Last year, 62 per cent of taxpayers were enti- tled to refunds, and they amounted to S75EJ million. terfront development Fouth _ ni a now iieiuuiiiarters for Ilio servife, i will have ;i rostaurant at Ihe 1.COO-foot level and .should Ix: completed by 197-1. Other broadcasters will share tile tower, tltp slniclure j anyAvherc unsupported by guy viij-os. The CtlC's new tieudquartcrs. j aimoimced at a news confereiU'c Monday by federal ttucrgy -Min- i.ster Donald will i cost about million and j should be ready for occupancv I by 1978. The new location will t'iriii'.: tlie CBC's M scflttvretl i crations in Toronto under one roof, The transmits ion tower will cost between Slo and S33 mil- Centre, a collodion of office and apartment buildings and other commercial outlets, slill has to be approved by tl-c j Ontario Municipal Board, lleur- i ings resume next week. The nine acre.'; of lam! tlie CBC will build on came from Canadian National Railways in exchange for five pieces of land the CBC owned, [our in Ihe To- i ronto area and one in Vancon- ver. Eugene Ilallman, vice-presi- dent of the CBC's English .serv- ices division, construction would not start for at least two years. Failure grade eliminated at college CALfJAUY (CPi- Mount It ova! Community College will use a grading policy this 1 fall, eliminating Ilio "failure" category and replacing it, with an incomplete grade. Lcltor prr.dc.s A, If C. and .still be assigned to stu- dents completing courses. An 'T' or incomplete grade go sup- plied to improve existing facili- A Reel of mobile museums tbat would take exhibitions to areas unable to supply the facil- ities [or displaying collections. mid ps-m-iflc consullfinl services, A IPX! of the minister's i was relcaswl in advance. LAKCK I.AKK Mnniton on Manitoulin Island in 1-ake Huron is 41 to LIVE WIRES NEAR Thirteen-yenr-old Hank Baauw dangles froni a power pylon by bis foot at Adelaide, Auslralia, [ust a few inches from deadly wires carrying volts. The youngster got his fool caught In a brace at Ihe top of the pylon offer he climbed ihe pole lo watch an air a few miles away, He was rescued. chase Canadian ings, historical furniture, an- tique which becomo available outside Canada. The movement of such treas- ures to other lands liis not to- tally a bad thing, since it is equally important thai. Canada be represented internationally by its fine works of ho said. i "However, objects which be- cause of their quality, age. his- torical interest or rarity could be classified as n.i'ional treas- ures must he retained in Can Speaking lo a meeting of the j Canadian Club, he said tlie gov- j eminent is studying the possibil- ity of rcgulatioixs to restrict, for a limited period, the sale of such items to Canadians. In effort to bring museum facilities to more Canadians, ha i paid, the government plans to support a network of regional museum facilities and a na- tional loan collection, IMPROVE KACIUTIES At the top of ti'.e regional net- work would be "associate mu- five to 10 of which! would be established in Ihe next The national loan collection would provide materials for ex- hibition centres, public build- ings shopping plazas, recrea- tiou centres and schools. A Canadian conservation in- stitute with a network of satel-l lite laboratories would conduct! research into methods of pre- serving and transporting cul- biral ohjccls, train .specialists FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! ANNUAL MEETING SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION LTD. Will Hold It's 47th Annual Meeting April 4th, 1972 a.m. noon Call to p.m. PLACE-Park Plaza Motor Hotel ALL SHAREHOLDERS ASE INVITED TO ATTEND As the is your opportunity to voke your opinion. Nylon and Anlron short sleevfl sweafer with "V" neck and 2 lone ifrripes: All over rib Vnil. LigM Blue, Yellow, Pink S. M. L. Purple. SiL, each 7.76 THE MANY OF TOPS Srrekch Nylon Lace Lang Sleeve Top. With convertible collar and front Zipper, Choice of Gold, 'Purple, Rea" or Ecru. Sires 5. I. S. 71 Sailor Btouse Frilly Style Long ile Styl 'yle While-Navy in Sizes 10 lo 16. ..72 ttwrt Sfeeva Acrylit Swealnrj wiifi fonlrosling collar and cuffs. Fronl opening ploc- ket. Choicft of COVa Shiil ilylo con Ira sling collar fronf plackcl. AH over skinny rib Choice of 4 color i conlrost. S.rei S M L. 8.77 A try I it pullover wllh jltorf puffed fUevet, front rie and mock neck. Bftige, Pinlr, Novy, Gold or Tur- quoise. Sizes S. W. L. each rolyeslor pullover wilh le'if) higli ruFlle nreV, nylon bncP: rippf r. Pink, While, Novy, Blue cr Sizes S. M. L. each Open Daily 9 lo 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.rr Closed Friday. .College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Because We're Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Moll 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Wed. and Thurs. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Closed Friday. ;