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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGF HERALD Tuei.loy, Moy SO, 197S- By llerahl Si.ifi WrilftT It's inleixtiir.g 1C note that Ben Jolrnsor.; actor wilh the Oklahoma tiruwl who won the Academy Aviiird ai the best supporting actor in 1971, fa also a rodeo champion- Ben was the 1953 world team roper. Two Southern Circuit rodeos ere for l.hc first two weeks In Varahnll Is all Bet to go oo June S and the Brooks show unfl 1-fJie plate Jonc 9. Both these shovs attract tome of the besl hands In the business, from Csnada and the United State, These rodeos will feature Die superb bucking slock Irom the Kesler string. The clowning will bo done by Kaii Doering and Mickey Bagnel] while Bill Holt will handle Ibt announcing chores. Gome early and Eood Beat so you OMJ'I moist any of the action. Frances Church has a big lead In the race (or the Cana- dian ladle's barrel racing hon- ors thus far in 1972. She is run- ning ahead o! Tlielma Hetu in second place WJLI TVylla Mc- Lean is third, i- The High Scixxij Hodeo As- irociation season ic. now under way. Each rodeo features the five major wenls as well ns roping and cutting horse rompditirais lor the boys. The (j.ils' event'; are barrel racing, pole ix-nding, break away rop- ing, culling horse competitions, dally team roping and goat typing. The finals rodeo win also fea- ture a queen contest. Any gal planning on entering is asked to contact Mrs. Ann Davies, Box 180, Midnapore for infor- mation concerning the affair. One requirement Is a black and white, head and shoulder photo of yourself. The queen will be judged 50 per cent on horsemanship, 15 per cent on personality, 15 per cent on ap- pearance and 20 per cent on overall conduct Get out support thesc- hlgh school shows. The nest ro- deos are slated for Strathmore on June 4 and Claresholm oc June 10. Kenny McLean of Vernon, B.C. appears In the top 15 in three events in the present list- bags for the world champion- ship races. Kenny has won close already and is ninth in the all around race and 15th in both the calf roping and the saddle bronc riding. Also appearing In the roping standings, in llth spot, Is Jim Gladstone of Cardston. Mel Hyland of Surrey, B.C. AND Ivan Dalnea of Innisfail ure fourth and fifth In the sad- dle bronc standing. EdmeaUffi'B Allan Thoipe is fourth in the bareback listings wiiile Oalti Trottier of Crooked C'j'edf to lentil. John Dodds, who hails from Ponoka but now lives in Pat clelton, Oregon, is seventh Jn the bull riding and another Canadian, Marty Wood, Is Bit- ting In 6th spot in the eackflo event. A Williams Lake, B.C. txm- boy, Mark Twogood, is In end spot in the permit holders race. That great bucking bull, nado, is dead. This bull was only ridden three times Jn his W-year career. He was buried at the National Cowboy Han ol Fame in Oklahoma City, on e grassy knoll near the grave of (he famous bucking borsej JffloV night. Darryl Kong, the AuslnaHan cowboy with the Chinese ances- try who rode in numerous Southern Circuit rodeos, b still in North America and is cur- rently sitting just out of the top 15 saddle bronc riding stand- ings. He recently won two VIA chows in a row. Another cowboy appearing on the silver screen, and (fining rave notices for his acting abfi- ity, is Negro bull rider Myrtls Dightman. Myrtis is appearing ing the movie "J. W. Coop." IT'S GARDENING TIME! In the next few days the "green rtiumb" enthusiasts will be out in force. Here's o must for the beginner a revelation for the "Better Ways to Successful Gardening in Western Canada" Ways To Su rnKsfiii." gardening by ISABELLE R. YOUNG and CHARLES YOUNG 326 Pages Chock Full of Useful Information rVoluring: plants to sur- vive our winters dates and soil mixtures Indoors and Outdoors and Cold Frames ond Landscaping Gardens and Lily Ponds Plants and Gift Plants PLUS MUCH MORE The Uthbridge Herald FOR ONLY .95 or V you with a copy writ to you to cover mailing ond handling. POT-LUCK By B'ARCY RICKARD Do you like reading the want ads? I sufe do. Here's some from the Leihbridge Daily Herald of Friday, Feb. 21, 1913. FOUND One bay driving mare, with harness on. Branded AH right shoulder. Apply to T. Wat- Enough, 3 miles west of Lethbridge. FOR SALE 565 acres in the famous Pincher Creek district in Southern Alberta, nearly 200 acres In timothy and alfalfa, is irrigated from Todd creek, which runs through the farm. The water right goes: with the farm. Has two large barns with plank floors and box stalls, will hold over 100 head of stock and 150 tons of hay. Six room dwelling house, blacksmith shop, bunk house, slaughter house, and other build- ings; fenced and cross fenced; about six miles from the railroad.. This is one of the best mixed farms in the Province. Will sell on good terms, and may rent to right party. Apply to T. M. Huff, Boom 10, Alberta block, Lethbridge. REWARD for recovery of bay mare, brand- ed quarter circle over H on left hip, weight about Ibs Last seen Indian Reserve, 1409-6th Avenue North. WANTED TO BUY Party with cash would buy 13th St. property preferably house on two lots, with reasonable prospect of becoming a busi- ness site. Apply Box 9, Herald Office. FOR SALE Full blooded barred Rock roosters and pullets, Iowa strain; can be delivered either in Lethbridge or in Raymond. The prices of these birds are moderate. Write, or call and Bee them at Mr. H. H. Nichols, 1001 8th Ave. South. WANTED A girl for light house work; wffl move on ranch in two months' time; family of four. Wages per week. Good home. Apply Mrs. W. F. Diglow, Magrath, Alta. WANTED An experienced grocery clerk; wages per month. Make application stating experience to the Secretary, Femie Co-Operative Society, Box 564, Femie, B.C. WANTED Second class teacher to teach Auburn school for nine months, at ?60, according to school ordinance. Apply Alfred Roebuck, Secy.-Treas., Att- bum S. D., Champion P.O., Alberta. SHIRE STALLIONS FOR SALE fBoro Waggon- er, imported 697) weight a ton, rising six; sound and sure, a very handsome horse. Also (Roderick Mayor) registered (600) weight about 1600; color dark bay, rising 3 years, an excellent colt. Will sell either for cash very reasonable, or trade for live stock. Apply Brimhall Bros., Raymond, Alta. FOR SALE On our farm one half mUe south of Coaldale, about twenty coming three-year old Hoi- stein cows, heavy with calf, by prize winning bulls. Price each. If you want a first class youth milch cow, you should see these at once. .J J. Leffler, Coaldale, Alia., S. S. Dunham, Lethbridge. TO RENT Cottage, in Duff Addition, 5 rooms, hot and cold water, furnace, electric light, storm doors, sashes. Rent per month. Apply W. IL Holt, 947 Seventh St. A., S. Phone 655. ANNOUNCEMENT We Have Moved To 430A-13th St. N. BRIDGE APPLIANCE SERVICE ItOYD W. PARKER ALL MAKES OF SMAU. APPUANCES, SHAVERS, SEWING MACHINES, VACUUM CLEANERS, POWER TOOLS, LAWN MOWERS Factory Service Ronion, Panatonlc, Brother, Lionel 2 Day Service On Motl 430A 13th SI. N. Aha. Phone 328-7107 ;