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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED TAILOR OR TAILORESS FOR RE pairs and new alterations. State sa fry expected. Can start Immediately Write box 45, Herald. C9008-2 QUALIFIED MEAT MANAGER RE quired tor modern tupermarket. Cot tact R. How, How's I.G.A., Tabe 1yr details. 2lS- HELP WANTED FOR WAREHOUS dulits. Apply within, 424 7th St. S or phone for aopolnfmenf 328-WB CANADA PAINT. C8981 WANTED PRODUCTION WORK ERS FOR LIGHT TELECOMMUN CATION ASSEMBLY. STARTING RAT! S201 PER HOUR. REPORT TO CAN ADA MANPOWER, FEDERA BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, C8WA-J ACCOUNTANT Progressive company In Southern A berta requires an accountant to handl complete accounting function. Writ Box 338, Lethbrldge for applications. C90M- Men's Weor soles position Part time or full time. Apply Tip Top Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8255. C8937-3C SALES PERSONNEL Required Immediately by larqe south ern Alberta mobile homes sales. Nea and aggressive. Experience not neces sary. Salary plus fop commission Medical plan, etc. Write Box 37, Herald giving references and phone number C8M2-30 CLEANING PERSONNEL GOOD starting, paid statutory holidays, no experience necessary, on-job training evening hours, hard honest work. We need a reliable Invidlvldual who needs little, or no supervision and Is pre- pared to supervise others. Apply to Box 40, Herald. J28S-28 UPHOLSTERER WANTED FOR LEADING T R I W SHOP. PERMANENT POSITION PHONE 287-0410, CALGARY. 1304-' Administrative Assistant For Town Office Coaldale JOB DESCRIPTION: General know- ledge of accounting, proficient In of- fice procedures, acquainted with plan- ning and development. CLOSING DATE FOR APPUCA TIONS: April 1973. Successful applicant must expect to liva In coaldele. Application forms may be obtained for this position from the Town of Coaldale, Box 970 or Telephone 345- 345-4411. SALARY: To commensurate with train ing and experience. C88SO-27 Oldman River Regional Planning Commission requires immediately DRAFTSMAN Qualified draftsman whose duties will Include general drafting work in the planning field. Free hand sketching ability will be an advantate. Salary monthly. Three weeks annual vacation and three weeks annual sick leave. Apply stating full particulars and names of two references fo: Mr. L. O. Smith Oldman River Regional Planning Commission 1003 4th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applications for the following positions RN's To Act As Lob Assistants (Four Positions Available) LENGTH Of EMPLOYMENT Three RN's to start 7 for a period of weeks, 28 hours per week. One RN fo start AAay 7 for a period of four weeks, 28 hours per week. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's De- grte preferred, minimum RN. DUTIES To supervise college nursing students In hospital, clinical CLOSING DATE APRIL 27, 1973 Interested persons should apply for standard "Application For Em- oloymenf" form to Director of Personnel LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-2141, Ext. 216 C8903-24 INSTRUCTOR FOR HEAD START CLASS Required by THE MEDICINE HAT HEAD START BOARD 65 HELP WANTED INDIVIDUAL WITH SOME GENERAL office experience required far bank In Taber, Phone 223-3513, Taber, B34-26 REQUIRED ASSISTANT MANAG- er for lunlor department store. Wages open. Write Box 43, Herald. C8997-28 COOK REQUIRED FOR GREEN Acres Lodge. For Interview phone 32a- 9722 not later than noon, April 23, 197J. CB980-27 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 32B-J5W- DICK AND JANE KINDERGARTEN at 2406 16th Ave. S. Is now accepting registrations for fall. For further In- formation please call 327-8705. 84 GARDENING ROTOTILLING DONE GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phone 328-4065. 937-tf FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. service. Phone 328-7389. PROMPT 9828-30J ROTOTILLING DONE. PHONE 327- 4059. 26-lf VIRGIN TOP SOIL FOR SALE. PHONE 228-8982; alter 6 p.m., 228-4518. C9001-W 1207-27 76 SEWING SERVICES WANTED SEAMTRESS FOR UPHOLSTERY SHOP. EXCEL- WOMEN'S, M E N' S CHILDREN'S LENT WAGES. PHONE 287-0410, CAL- clothlnq Made In my home. Phone 904-18my GARY. 1203-1 327-9717. EXPERIENCED CARPENTER wanted for residential construction. Top wages and steady work for quali- fied person. City work. Phone 328-3113, evenings. C89S8-27 ELDERS AND STEEL FABRICATORS Top wages and benefits. Apply Shop Foreman, Western Metal Fabricators Ltd., 1501 2nd Avenue S. Lethbridge. C8865-26 JOURNEYMAN BAKER Required for leading retail bakery. Apply Emil Scheirmon, Master Baker Ericksen's Bakery 2021 3 Ave. S. C8995-J8 Skillet Restaurant ZELLER'S Requires FOOD SERVICE PERSON- NEL. Good starting salary. 35 hour work week. Liberal company benefits. APPLY IN PERSON AT ZELLER'S COUNTY FAIR 1710 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE C900S-27 Large Metropolitan Ford Dealership invites applica- tions from licenced heavy- end TECHNICIANS. Full-time employment In mcdern facili- ty. Starting rate per hour rising to per hour July 1st. Excellent company benefits including complete dental coverage. Apply to: Service Manager Metro Ford Sales Ltd. Bex 1150 MPO Calgary Phone 263-4530 1256-28 DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS done In my home. 1812 2nd Ave. A M. Phone 328-6911. 9592-28A 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. VICE-DANCE GROL'PS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. ATTENTION ALL GROUPS EN- tertainment agency from Winnipeg opening In Lethbrldge. Interested par- ties may call for more Information 337-3345 anytime. THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" PHONE DON 327-5888 OR DEL 327-6414 970-JSMy 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST MALE SEALPOINT SIA- mese. Kink in tail, black shaved patch left of face. Vicinity 14th St. and 8fh Ave. S. Phone 328-W95. Reward. 1269-2 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS problem. after p.m. TEENS Are you living with a problem drinker In your home? Thera !s understand- ing and help for you. Phone Jean 327-8340, Marilyn 328-8972; Jane 327- 7086. 5383-tfh 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL CLERK STENOGRAPHER Ml RE- quired by the Taber Office, Provincial Jepartment of Agriculture. Proficiency n shorthand and typing required as well as aiiliry fo meet the poblic. Apply Mrs. D. Onofrychuk, Canada Vtanpower Centre, Lethbrldae. 128E-28 BOOKKEEPER WANTED Must be experienced and able to look fter accounts payable, synoptic and general ledger. Part-time" position open mrnedlately; could become full time. 'lease apply in writing to Box 37 Herald. CB923-3 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL FULL TIME TAPMAN REQUIRED, Iso part time waiters and waitresses. ipply Mr. Tamagi, Outrider Tavern, El Rancho Motor Hotel, after 5 p.m. C8WO-28 Experienced Apply in person fo the ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT 328-Jth Street S., Lefhbridge C8892-27 68 DOMESTIC iABYSITTER REQUIRED GEN- ral Stewart area. Shift work involved. 28-4843. 1025-28 MEAT RELIABLE PERSON TO ome tnto new north side home to ook after infant and pre-schooler, five ays week. Phone 328-0005, after .m. tl3C-26 URGENTLY NEEDED BY MAY Varm hearted person to babysit In my home from 1-5 p.m. week days. Ine child In school, one five year Id. North side. Own transportation ppreciated. References. Phone 328- 790. 1130-30 .9 FARM NDIVIDUAL FOR DAIRY AND GEN- ral farm work. R. H. Boulton, five illes north of COM. Phone 328-5497. 1131-30 WANTED FOR B.C. INTERIOR anch Middle-aged couple to cook or four to six men and do general anch work. Farming experience pre- erred. Reply to P.O. Box 59, Karn- oops, B.C. 1206-27 ESPONSIBLE SINGLE PERSON equired for cattle ranch In Southwest Iberta. Must be experienced with aying equipment. Year round job. op wages. Room and board for the ght person. Apply Burfce anch. Box 642, Claresholm. Creek 1287-2 CARPET AND FURNITURE CLEANERS INSTITUTIONS MOTELS AND HOTELS HOSPITALS AND SCHOOLS Now you can lease the finest and most modern cleaning equipment avail- able (Steamatic) exclusively through Sfeamafic Franchises Ltd. Contact W. A. Burggren, 529 Manitou Road S.E., Calgary, rggren, Phone TROY WAY ROTOTILLING LESS noise and dust. Prompt service. 327- 5623. C9016-28 WELL ROTTED MANURE FOR SALE Delivered. Pnone 327-6520, after 4 p.m. 1156-30 LARGE CHOKECHERRY TREE AND also crabapple tree. Free to movers. Phone 327-1171. 1157-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEAVY ROASTING HENS PAN ready five to six Ibs., 40c Ib., dis- count on dozen lots. Big Roosters, 34c Ib. Fryers. Free delivery. Custom kill- ing. Helmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C8744-M 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE 30 GALLON FISH TANK and stand. Phone 328-4084. 879-27 POODLES MINIATURE, BLACK, female. Phone 328-7336. 1111-tf JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- plng Service. For appointment phone 328-3763. 1249-28 MORNING DOVES FOR SALE CAGE included. Phone 756-3408, Stirling. FOUR FURRY, PURRY PURE SEAL- point Siamese kittens each. Phone 328-7382. 1C03-25h TWO SIX WEEK OLD POODLE PUPS for sale. One male, black; one female, white. each. Phone 328-1444. 1290-27 QUALITY BRED FAWN GREAT DANE puppies, sired by a great champion and group winner Top male Great Dane in Canada 1970, "Lincoln's Thor V Prairledane." Avail- able now. See you at the Lethbridge Show. Beldane Kennels Reg'd., P.O. Box 5183, Station A, Calgary. Phone 271-5536. 972-27 Of 3Lnk Jn 'emoriami BIRTH O'BRIEN Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O'Brien are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Shaun William, bom Monday, April 23, 1973 at St. Michael's Hospital 1291 IN MEMORIAMS SWIDINSK! In loving mem- ory of Michael Swidinski, who passed away April 26, 1989. remembered b y Mike and Joyce. 1295 DEATHS HOLLAND Passed awa; in Lethbridge on Wednesday April 25, 1973 Marlene Ethe Holland, age 39 years, if Fort Macleod. Bora in Bredenbury Saskatchewan, she resided i Enderby, B.C. prior to aiovin to Fort Macleod in 1967. She i survived by three daughters Joanne, Denise, and Rosalie o Fort Macleod; three brothers and seven sisters. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church Saturday, Apr; 28, at 1 p.m. Interment in Union Cemetery. arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NEEDED PARTNERS IN A FAST- growing business. Small Investment write Box 36, Herald. 1047-28 TERRIFIC BUY ONLY BEAUTY Salon in town of Foremost all supplies. Phone 867-3829, evenings. 503-2- 1293-28 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS WILL REPAIR BICYCLES. PHONE 328-87M. 814-2 DRYWALLIN6, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Phone 328-7342. 4239-tt B t D WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE. Phone 328-6240 KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-8052. C37S3-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32S-5714. PICK-UP cf all merchandise consigned fo THE AUCTION BLOCK 327-1222 C8843-2 UNITED CABS Get Into business for yourself. 1971 Matador taxi equipped radio, meter. Phone 328-2093 or 327-3838. Ask for Tony. C8983-1 Business building for sale or lease, centre cf Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7843-tf Twenty three suites with range and refrigerator, drapes and wail to wall earpst in every suite Additional rev- enue available from pop machine and laundry facilities Well landscaped and an excellent Investment. rsr f.-V-sr phone KEY REALTY INSURANCE 1524 9th Ave S Phone 328-6671 C8975-1 MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 327-44SS. C73S3-M 84 GARDENING WILL DO ROTOTILLING. able rates. Phone 328-8764. REASON- TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 328-3289. S792-tf LAWNS AERATED AND POWER raked. Miki Bobak, 327-1777. 971-tf WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW manure. Delivered. Phone 327-3289. 978-27 ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-8433. 454-ff MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming fell- Ing. Call 328-2094. 7030-tf HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- isfactlon guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. 543-28 EIGHT H.P. ROTOTILLER FOR fast and efficient service. Phone 328- 9387. 1208-tf LARGE YELLOW ROTOTILLER Will also do lawns and gardens. Phone 327-2595. After 6 p.m. phone 323-7028. 0 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL OMB1NED LAB AND X RAY required for active eatment hospital. Standard salary agreement scale in effect. Good person- nel policy, fringe benefits, modern nurses' residence for accommodation. Apply: Administrator Bow Island General Hospital Bcr.v Island. Alberta Closing dste for application May 13, J973 OK9S-2S MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARIAN OR Tecnician required for J9 bed active treatment hospital. Responsible for ail maintenance and care cf Medical Records in hospital. Interested candi- date should be familiar with PAS. Salary commensurate with education and experience. doting of applications May 13.1973 Please apply to Administrator Bow Island General Hospital Alterta rnui' Hsvt some training, preferably in ChiW- tood drveiopmfinf. Mdffigcul training in wcli as ctviW psycJKflooy. IsaoVina theory, and cWiahocd also bendkUl. Some wortcma cMldren must be young, Jnter- Jn the flcowWt and mdfaTv eft n, and display warm and tBward them. annual ialary U wttti maximum of M.720 attainable after years tmeriwice. Duties to com- rntrm 1, Job turns ct emplcyment upon request. 1s be wftTnifled by 197J Mrs. 0. Becker, Rec-Sscrelary MEDICINE HAT HEAD START BOARD, 830A 2nd SJ. S. E. Medicine Alberto T1A OC7 1Z2-2S C8WI3 71 TEACHERS WANTED The Lethbridge School District No. 51 REQUIRES A JUNIOR HIGH BAND TEACHER, duties Jo twain 51, 1W3. TWs wsStkm cxfld involve Svmt ttHji91 ROTOTILLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GEN- ERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 1W5-30 LANDSCAPING: SALES AND MOV- ING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD. PHONE 326-S806. 559-31My POWER RAKING Lawns power raked, 1'A cents per sq. yard. S3.SO minimum. Phone 323 74M. after 4pm. 9363-31M LOCALLY GROWN TREES French lilac, crabapple, blue spruce and luniaers. Pyramidalls and cutleaf birch. Phone 327-S930, Coalhurst Green- house. 1209-8 LLOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE Hedas trimming, tress trlmmsd or removed. For prompt service 327-2MI. CS121-W MOON REALTY LTD. 12348 Fort Road Edmonton, Alta. WILL TAKE TRADES Good country general store with three bedroom living quarters gross- ing per year. DENNIS BROOKS 474-73U RES. 1341-28 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "list with the Leader" Multiple Listing Service Beauty parlour, Lethbrldge, doing a tremendous business. Owner retiring For further information contact Lloyd Farrell at 328-0125. AALS. 1 have an ideal restaurant In Southern Alberts town. Dining hall, restaurant and convention hall. Good turnover. Wire arjj beer may be obtained and liquor license applied for. Call Harold Fox at 32B-J925. AALS. C9003-J8 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall. Phone The widest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. CN20-33 Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone C9KO-M will fet given la a music education major had extwiiive practical ncpsrtenoe WITH bands persons should apply to: Schael DWtrlet Mo SI S LETHBR1OGE, Alberta Jusi Arrived! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. FRUIT TREES ORNAMENTAL TREES FLQWERJNG SHRUBS IACOMBE NURSERIES COALOAUE. ALTA. CLOSED SUNDAYS CBMBJH Did you Jcnow you con renf Fewer Rafces Lawn Post Hole Hwjq? Cham Jaws MORTGAGE MONEY Formers-Merchants Trust 30y-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 MORTGAGES All of moTlgaoe financing: In small vn1 old JKTirs call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. Swrth, 323-32S1. C7749-H RODDICK Passed away in the city on Tuesday, April 24 1973, following a brief illness Mrs Ethel Annie Roddick a the age of 91 years of 1903 12th Avenue S.. beloved wife of the late Mr. John Stark Roddick Born, raised and educated in Stella, Ontario and in 1914 fol lowing her marriage she came with her husband to home- stead at Viking, Alberta where she resided until 1970. At that tune she moved to Lethbridge to reside with her daughter Mrs. Mary Rae. She is survivec by one son, Mr. Roderick Rod dick of Viking Alberta; two daughters, Mrs. J (.Mary) Rae of Lethbridge, Mrs. H. (Jean) Byrnes of Grand Prairie; eigh grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; and one broth- er, Mr. Gilbert Hitchins oi Stella, On.'ario. The funeral service will ba held on Sato- day at 2 p.m. in the Viking United Church and interment will follow in the family plot, Viking Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD, in charge of for- warding arrangements. FUNERALS BAESEN service for John Baesen, Bow Island and former Drumheller resi- dent who died at Bow Island Monday, April 23, 1973, at the age of 86 years, was held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 25 1973, in St. Michael's Roman Cath- olic Church with Rev. Don O'Dwyer the celebrant. Pall- bearers were Lyle Tuchscher- er, Albert Hubka. Clarence Thurston, Paul Nelson, John LyczewsM and Mervin Byam. Interment was in the Bow Is- land Cemetery. Humphries "Fu- neral Home, Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ROMBOUGH Funeral ser- vice for De Lace (Lacey) Rom- bough, Taber native son who died there Thursday, April 19, 1973, at the age of 46 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday April 25, 1973, in Knox United Church, Taber, with Rev. Ken- neth Morris officiating. P a 11- bearers were Gary, Gerald, Wallace, Gordon and Terry Rombough and Harold Ed- wards. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Hum- phries Funeral Home, Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. CARD OF THANKS TURNER I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors, the nurses and staff at the SL ffiehael's Hospital on Third Floor. Special thanks to all the 'datives and friends for the ovely flowers, cards, gifts and visits. My sincere thanks to everyone. L. G. Tamer. PUBLIC NOTICE 90 CONTRACTS COMMERCIAL OP PESIOFNTIW. 3DM. Smny South Ltd 51SS-30 FENCES REPAIRED. BUILT. M3S- 3J7-SDE7. dfivK. tic. Haulino Jim "373-lJmy RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN Phone 8. 337-3239. mate. CWH If YOU T4EET5 A KUMPUS TcmDiJpTHns cr rtpsirs 'ti home" E L Convtrucllcm. 37B-J537. 7WMf GASAC-E BUILDING, CEMENT JtuciBlno. Anflfrson 4 C7J77-W 5. 3J7 665? Cement 72 LICENCED KINDBtGARTENS, NURSERIES SASLY CHILDHOOD ECU- ODcn rfgis-tw TICW for 1W3- yw. Apes, four, flvt. ?irti 2Wi St. S asrk, LsflScn Etc. Etc Trcmeli I FRED iTElNER CEMEVT WORK, I bsSfmffrrts dup. proSfiis in- free WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Except Sundays and Holidays Phone 377 8784 C3M1 ALUMINUM AND DOORS. NO MaiNTENAMCE "0 CHANG- IMG PHOVE JONES RQOFWG. 37B- S7iJ. ina sluing n chimneys, cemwf Worts, csmrrrt flnWrtra colng, fins moving. 328-02M. CSWMf) CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FOR SAIE AND REMOVAL OF RESIDENCES ct to W- SWIDINSKY In loving memory of a dear uncle, Mike, who passed away April 26, 1969. While he lies in peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep. remembered Peter, Anne and Ella. by 1342 LAZARUK In loving mem- ory of Michael Lacraruk, who passed away April 28, 1960. Sadly missed along life's way, Quietly remembered every day. remembered by his children and grand- children. 1295 SMALL In loving memory of a dear mother, Olivia Small, who passed away April Memories are like threads of gold, They never tarnish or grow old. Though absent, you are very near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. missed by Myrtle and Rug. 1297 SMALL In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Olivia Small, who pass- ed away April 26, 1972. Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hands are still, The one who always worked so hard, is resting at Gcd's will. God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest, EJs garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best. remembered b y Betty, Sam, Edward and Brian. 1598 SWHHNSKY In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Michael, who passed away April 26, 1969. H the world were ours to give, We'd give it yes, and more, To see your loving smile again And greet you at our door. How oft' there comes before us. Your dear face, kind and true, For death can never take away Our memories of you. remembered and sadly missed by your wife Mary, daugters, son and Thursday, April 26, 1973 THE LETHBRIOGC HERALD 25 Nixon supporters deny rigging poll tbeir families. 1300 KYLE In loving memory of a dear son aad brother, Gary Kyle, who passed away April 26, 1969. We never knew that morning, What sorrow the day would bring, The blow was sudden, the shock severe, To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss his smile his cheerful way, We miss the tilings he used to say, When happy days we 'oft re- call, '15s then we miss him most of all. remembered by mom, dad, Arthur, Mary, Joe, Bernie, Jim. Ronnie, Nor- man and Kelly. 1301 WASHINGTON (AP) Work- ers for President Nixon's re- election committee mailed in more than one-third of the fa- vorable responses recorded in a local television poll last year of reaction to the mining of North Vietnamese waters, a campaign official said today. DeVan L. Shumway, spokes- man for the Committee for the Re-election of the President, said he didn't regard it as rig- ging the poll because "we felt the Democrats would do the same thing." "That type of voluntary poll is the most stackable he said. "When you're involved in am election, you do what you can. We assumed the other side would do the same thing." The final result of the poll, as announced by Metromedia sta- tion WTTG, was agreeing with Nixon's decision to mine Haiphong harbor and dis- agreeing. When WTTG reported the results May 15, it said that it had received several thou- sand postcards that were of a suspicious nature because they apparently had been typed on the same typewriters. Shumway said "about ballots and re- sponses" were mailed by com- mittee workers. BACKED BY AGNEW In other Watergate develop- ments: Spiro T. Ag- new told a news conference, "I want to make it very clear that have full confidence in the in- tegrity of President Nixon and in his determination and ability to resolve the Watergate matter to the full satisfaction of the American people." There have been published re- jorts quoting unnamed associ- ates and friends of Agnew as saying he was upset over the break-in and bugging at the naiicaal headquar- :ers in the Watergate and felt the president had done too little ;o uncover the facts. "Let me emphasize that I do not speak through such uniden- tified Agnew said. He read a prepared statement, then declined to answer ques- tions. defence secretary Vlelvin R. Laird denied specula- ion that he will return to Wash- ngton at Nixon's request to daan up the White House as a result of the Water- gate affair. ARE DRAFT ENOUGH He told a reporter Wednesday in Marshfield, Wis.: "I was drafted four years to end our involvement in South Vielnain and to end the draft, and I can- not be drafted again." ccLumnist Jack Anderson said he promised fed- eral investigators that he will stop quoting from secret tran- script'; the grand jury inves- tigation into Watergate. He said no deals were made and that he has not promised to stop in- vestigating the case. was disclosed that the Federal Reserve System has been asked by government In- vestigators to trace mostly in bills, carried by the wife of convicted Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt at the time of her death in a plane crash last The Fed- Pattern 'he PwcJHisina ApwiT. City of M.OS.T Al'g. 7 W> TUESDAY. WlAY 1973 Thr- vilp Jor or the of the belcrw. ttitft- the Umd h not 3n- STREET M5UTH Si W Demolish 577-Wh ffpmffvc Sn-Flh St. Swlh Remove or Otmo1ij.1i St. or De- 7388 eral Reserve System distributes money to commercial banks. Most of the bills were traced to New York state by their serial numbers but tne board said it could not trace them further. In its story today on the TV- poll balloting, The Washington Post quotes James Dpoley, for- mer head of the Nixon com- mittee's mailroom, as saying that committee employees sent in about of the 5.157 re- sponses agreeing with the presi- dent. Wilderness training for cadets EDMONTON (CP) Air cadets from Alberta and Brit- ish Columbia will attend a ser- ies of two-week courses at a wilderness camp, 80 miles north of here, in July and Aug. ust The 80 candidates wil] be taught leadership, water safe- ty and woods skills courses at Camp Wright, begun four years ago by members of the air ca- det squadron in Athabasca, about 80 miles north of here. This year is the first in which the Alberta committee of the Air Cadet League of Canada has participated. The program may be ex- panded to a tri-service basis in future years, said Art Skin- ner an executive member of the Alberta committee and a former trapper and game guide, who will be camp co- ordinator. Firm apologizes WASHINGTON (Renter) The Hertz Corp. has apoloeiz- ed to David Bruce, the new United States envoy to China. It was disclosed that wanted to rent a car at Wash- ington's National Airport and was told by a girl clerk that neither his diplomatic creden- tials nor a deposit he of- fered were a substitute for a credit card. Pattern Mti SOUTH Avcmw Demolish fin AVENUE SOUTH Avsmuc SDUHv- Re-nove