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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Ellsworth horses ANUY CAPP in pitiful state CHINO, Calif. (AP) Five horses have died from star- vation at the ranch of thoroughbred breeder Rex Ellsworth in the last week and 126 others have been im- pounded, a humane society spokesman said Wednesday. The society acted under a state law allowing animals to be impounded when there is evidence they have not been given proper care. Fifty-five horses were im- pounded Thursday when investigators found more than 100 brood mares in a near- starvation condition, 26 more were impounded Saturday and 47 more Sunday, said Ed Cubr- da, supervisor of the investigative department of the Los Angeles Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. About 50 horses were not impounded, including several thoroughbred racing horses, Cubrda said. Ellsworth, who owned 1955 Kentucky Derby winner Swaps as well as other famous race horses and has been breeding horses for many years, was out of the state. His son, Dr. Kumen Ellsworth, who lives at the ranch east of Los Angeles, told investigators he "didn't understand what had happen- ed to the Cubrda said. Cubrda said investigators, acting on a tip, visited the ranch Monday and found many horses weak from hunger and no food. "Thursday we had three vets go out with Cubrda said. "They said quite a few are emaciated. Most' were still standing but many were weak, still trying to graze. But the pasture consisted of nothing but stubble." Three veterinarians have been assigned to the ranch. Cubrda said the society is working with the San Ber- nardino County district at- torney to determine who is responsible. too, Thurtdiy, January 23, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 British say Bugner comes first NEVER BE BJUAl T'MEN UNTIL. WE CAN I LOIX LIKE HIM AN' STILL THINK WE'RE ABSOLUTELY Roundup of bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Ton! Fraser 196; Stan Fraser 254; Ed Linn 238; Chris Cameron 191; Alf Cameron 206; Henry Bechthold 244: Will Ness 206; Gunner Holte 223; Tom Orr 226; Adam Feltlg 203. SR. CITIZENS Theo Oseckl 232; Kalie plrk 236; Francis Bambrick 273; Pat Plomp 244 Matt Bernhart 245: Bob Arthur 225; Henry Bechthold 259; Harry Long 271; Harry Holub 231. HIGA'S Bev Baratencriow 243; Gail Glbb 248 Delia Pearson 255; Barb Seattergbod 266 Kae Mann 257; Kaye Bsiiiyuto 259 Marlene Bosch 256: Wlllene MacDonald 268 Gloria Lazarlck 285 Elsie Finnerty 246. MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Fred Milner 355 Abe Pielt 254; Joe Tollln 256: Fred Keiver 280: George Snowden 249; Marg Canstalk 254; Lorraine Mickey 245 Erma McGuIre 246; Anna Nagy 252 Rick Barva 277. HOLIDAV BOWL YOUNG ADULTS Jim Malcomson 277. Barbara Toth 216, Rogan Sinclair 248 Gilbert Closson 238, Gerry Gardin 221, Linda Malcomson 315 Darwin Romanchuck 327 Larry Mellor 242. Neal Nlshikawa 236. David Urban 241. Gloria Bell 240. HAMILTON JUNIOR HIGH Edwin Burwasn 243, Merylen Bun- nage 239, Alan Baker 187, I. Yamamoto 179, Steven Tralchel 167, Lynne Ahle 167, BENDIX Karlyn Spitzer 303, Us Hayes 271, Ralph Heitman 267, Garth Barr 271, Jim Wensveen 249, Guy Brown 244, Hana Snicor 225. ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Sherry Clark 257. Rod Chernos 246, Stan Kalowskl 264, Jean Kazula 247. Jimmy McGlnty 241, Cathy McGinty 237. SEARS Mel Stasluk 244. Verna Matson 235, AlarvMatson 278, Tom Pratt 232, Art Fukunaga 254, A. Plrst 274, Bob Legge Anderson 240. SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) LONDON (AP) The British Boxing Board of Control urged the World Box- ing Council Wednesday not to recognize the scheduled world heavyweight title light between Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner. In a strongly-worded state- ment, the board said it had sent a cable to the WBC ask- ing the ruling body to say it "will be no parly" to the fight scheduled for Cleveland on March 24. The board thinks Britain's European champion, Joe Bugner, should meet Ali for the title. Wepner, a 32-year-old liquor salesman from Bayonne, N.J., is unranked in world lists. In 1970, he was stopped by Bugner in three rounds, because of cuts. Give To THE ABILITY FUND (Formerly the March of Dimes) Ability Fund gifts help to develop and main- tain assessment programs for the disabled so that a realistic goal can be set on an individual basis. A letter was sent to all householders recently. Donations shoud her sent to the address on this letter. 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