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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 11, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 MACHINERY WORKS ON SWIMMING POOL, LEFT, AT TRUDEAU RESIDENCE e _ a a o OTTAWA (CP) Dynamite will be blasting around Prime Minister Trudeau's official residence within the next lew Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 616 3rd Ave. S. Phone 32E-5447 days, but no one is alerting (he bomb squad. The small explosions .will be part of the excavation work which lias begun for an indoor swimming pool and sauna be ing built at 24 Sussex Dr. Herbert Brune, the local contractor handling the job, said Friday that in some places the blasting will be within 20 yards of the house. However, the Trudeaus should not be greatly dis- turbed, lie said "We checked around for a really experienc ed blaster and got one of the top men. There should just he little booms." The paid for Take Notice that The Annual Meeting ol the Lethbridge and District Japanese Garden Society will be held in the City Hall Council Chambers in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta on Wednesday, the 15th Day of January A.D. 1975, at 6 o'clock in the evening. Dated at The City ol Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, this 11th day of January A.D. 1975. LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT JAPANESE GARDEN SOCIETY in Receivership of MONDAY, JAN. 13th P.M. HURLBURT AUCTION'SALESROOM NO. 2 1916 2nd Ave. South, Lethbridge Bedroom suite with triple dresser; mirror; chest of drawers and headboard; 2 Philco portable color TV's (1 new and i used) with remote controls; Fleetwood con- sole stereo set; 7 portable B W TV's; piece dinette suites; unfinished 6 drawer dresser; 6 unfinish- ed 3 drawer chest of drawers; Electrohome stereo set; 3 sets stereo speakers; 3 colonial collee tables; 2 dinette tables; 2 chesterfield suites; 2 Moffat 30" gas ranges; TV record stands; end table; clothes hampers; 2 10 x 12 rugs; headboards and bedsteads; 3 Brother por- table sewing machines; slereo sel; pole lamps, pic- tures; Chrome clothes tree; Hoover washer-spin dryer; Johnnie Pole Philco console TV; GE wall oven and counter lop range; 2 window air conditioners; fondue sets; toasters; room divider; Hoover upright vacuum; Eureka upright vacuum; fireplace screen, 3 wall clocks; 2 sets TV tables; eleciric percolators; GE power sweeper; Hoover polisher; kettles; electric fry pan; electric can openers; portable mixers; suitcases; Ronson 7 speed blender; artificial flower arrangements; slair gates; rug; cushions; dresser mirrors; covered wagon lamps; ovemvare dishes; Admiral 10 cu. ft. fridge electric ranges Items May Be Viewed: SUNDAY, JAN. 12lh 4 lo 6 P.M. MONDAY, SALE DAY 12 Noon till Sals Time Sale conducted by HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS: TEDNEWDY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 010283-11 Lie. partly by a group of private citizens and partly by Mr. Trudeau drawn criticism from some members of parliament. Unofficial estimates of the cost ot the pool run between SUIO.OOO and but nei- ther the prime minister's of- fice1 nor William H. Fader, the Toronto physician who has been a spokesman for the private contributors, have dis- closed details However, a spokesman for Mr. Trudeau said Friday that .such disclosure will be cousid ercd. Dr. Fader has said that about 25 people contributed to the pool fund after he suggested the gift. His idea was prompted by the news thai U.S. President Ford was having a closed White House pool reopened. Criticism of the propriety of thi1 arrangement has arisen as a continuation of the conflict- ol-interest controversy which was debated in the Commons prior Lo the Christmas recess. Tom Cossitt, Conservative Mr for Leeds, said in a news release Friday that such guides are long overdue. "Tlie secrecy surrounding funding for the construction of (he prime minister's swimm- ing pool is a case in point. If Ihis is a gift, it could expect favors in return." Mr. Cossitt said no further construction should take place without full disclosure of ar- rangements for the pool. Coin orders to be taken despite mint strike OTTAWA (CP) Orders' lor the third series of Olympic coins will be taken as original- ly planned beginning Jan. 20 but the coins will not be sent out until the strike by 600 mint workers is over. Bryce Mackasey, minister responsible for the -government's Olympic coin program, said banks, finan- cial institutions and other dis- tributors will be able to lake orders slarting Jan. 20 for the third series. Sales of the coins are expected to rise up to million for the 1976 Games planned for Montreal. The proposed games have been recently plagued by rap- idly rising costs and a major strike by ironworkers. Mr. Mackasey said he hopes negotiations will avert a lengthy strike by the mint employees. The workers left their jobs on a legal strike Thursday. Orders will be filled as soon as an interrupted supply of the coins can be guaranteed, Mr. Mackasey said A spokesman for the program said that early orders would not be filled im- mediately because officials do not want an apparent shortage of coins to have an unrler- sirable effect on prices. War draft dodger fired WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Swarriped by a flood of public protest. Palm Beach County officials fired a Viet- nam war draft evader four days after he began his alter- nate service under President I'ord's amnesty program. Albert Gargiulo, 28, had be- come a political embar- rassment, officials said in an- nouncing his dismissal from the county engineer's staff Thursday. "Only the man himself can lake the embarrassment offof us." county commissioner Lake Lytal said. "If he stays, his job and even his life in the community is going to be very unpleasant." Gargiulo, who holds a mas- ter's degree in engineering. fled the draft during the height of U.S. military in- volvement in Vietnam. He spent four years in South America, said before deciding to return to the United States. Lytal said part of the problem was Gargiulo's salary. "I had one mother tell me 'I lost my son and all I got was a flag. This man hid and now he gets a good-paying Lytal said. "They think he's being rewarded for avoiding what fathers and sons died lor." Gargiulo remained secluded in his home with his wife and two-year-old son alter his firing. He would not speak with reporters. t Gargiulo's lawyer, Louis Sabatino of Miami, said he will "go to Washington or wherever necessary to fight this disgraceful thing." iifc- i 'X IVI fv-p I 111 I iti I IP w KRAHN HOMES NEW SHOW HOME J 1 North STARING Our permanent show home will be 2301 16th Street North. We will have a salesman on duty on site daily from 2 to 5 p.m. We invite you to come and visit with us, in Churchill Heights. We have in excess of 50 homes in all styles to choose from in various stages of completion. Our friendly on duty salesperson will be pleased to show you our show home or any of the other homes you may wish lo see, or discuss any of your real estate requirements. For any of your real estate needs contact anyone of the "Friendly Sales Staff at Astro" pictured below. A Lt Alice Hahn 327-3708 (Hawaii) Dave Neufeld f 345-1702 (Hawaii) VIC KAUT2 329-0793 k JL VEHNA COUTTS 327-6697 -X DON CARROL 327-4194 CURLY SHERMAN 328-2665 (Hawaii) Your Chance to Save! PREPAY YOUR TAXES All payments of property and business taxes made in January or February (not exceeding the 1974 taxes) will be allowed interest at the rate of 8% PER ANNUM From the dale of payment to June REMEMBER the earlier you pay, the more you save on your 1975 taxes. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BILL MADDISON 327-5647 JAKE TAMS 345.4037 LINDA MAXWELL 329-4224 "Lethbridge's Most Progressive Realtor" Westminster Mall Phone 328-7748 ;