1963-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1963 October Voice - Page 3

h 0 r : October Cover Cloto $ TENNESSEE WALKING H( JBRSE A MONTHLY PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO THE BETTERMENT OF THE BREED VOL. 3 OCTOBER 1963 NO. 8 Jack Warren—up on MACK'S AMAN- DA D. Photograph by Les Nelson. See story on page 5 of this issue. PUBLISHED BY VOICE Publishing Company GENERAL BUSINESS OFFICES P. 0. Box 3054 Chattanooga, Tennessee EDITORIAL OFFICES P. 0. Box 96 Shelbyville, Tennessee Your Editors Column STAFF BEN A. GREEN...................................................................... Editor MARY FRANCES GREEN..........................Editorial Assistant WANDA LEDFORD DAVIS.......................Circulation Manager BARBARA M. FRIEND................................Editorial Assistant GLORIA L. SPENCER........................Reader Service Manager WALTER WILLIAMS........................1.........................Art Director ASSOCIATE EDITORS FRED E. FRIEND C. BRUCE SPENCER CONTRIBUTING DR. M. E. ENSMINGER VIRGINIA LAMB EDITORS CHARLES GOLDSWIG ALETHA WIEHL SUBSCRIPTION RATES ADVERTISING RATES $4.00 per year — $10.00 three years. Single copies .50? per. Published monthly and accepted as controlled circulation publication at Collegedale, Tennessee. Front Cover $250.00 — Back Cover $200.00 — Inside Covers $180.00 — Full page $125.00 — All other space $5.00 per column inch — Color rates on request. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING $5.00 minimum with 10c per word for ads exceeding 50 words 2nd CLASS PERMIT PENDING AT COLLEGEDALE, TENNESSEE IN THIS ISSUE Dr. Ensminger....................................................................................................................p. 16 Classified Ads.................................................................................................................... p. 26 Profiles ...............................................................................................................................p. 18 Virginia Lamb ...................................................................................................................p. 12 Keep Talking ................................................... -...............................................................p 10 Charlie Goldswig......................................................................... p. 9 Results of Texas State Fair............................................................................................p. 20 Stud Registry ...................................................................................................................p. 21 Registrations ................................................................ p. 22 Hawaii now has at least four Ten­ nessee Walking Horses—according to a newspaper clipping received by the Voice Editor from Mrs. Linda Dormer Singley—formerly of Pennsylvania but currently residing at Benchwalk Ebb­ tide, Hono, 15, Hawaii. She said she formerly showed Walking Horses in her home state and was happy to hear of arrival of four animals of this breed in Hawaii. The Honolulu Star - Telegram of Aug. 29 pictured “BROOMSAGE BILL” as a TWH newly arrived from Bay Tree Farm Stables in Woodside, Calif. The animal was bought by Earl Thacker, Honolulu real estate man from Mrs. Lillian Priger of Woodside. BROOMSAGE BILL will be stabled with Thacker’s other three Walking Horses at his Diamond T. Bar Ranch at Koko Head. Two of them were bought from General Thomas E. Wil­ son, U. S. Airline executive, earlier this year. The paper says BROOM­ SAGE BILL won the Los Angeles Na­ tional Championship Stake for three consecutive seasons. Mrs. Della Toone, mother of Max­ ine Carter of Dallas, Tex.—long-time Southwest Contributing Editor to the “Saddle and Bridle” Magazine—was buried at Ardmore, Okla. on Oct. 3. She died on Oct. 1 at Ardmore after a lengthy illness including eight opera­ tions. She was 76 years old. Known to horse show - goers as “Mamma,” Mrs. Toone often traveled to shows with her daughter and Lucy Carter Blankenship, a granddaughter. Her passing was widely mourned among horse lovers. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Marie Paschal and Mrs. Lucille Wilkinson, and one son, James Boyce Toone, all of Ardmore. (Continued on Page 8)