PAGE EIGHT TUA'THKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 194? Walking Horses To Be Auctioned Spring Sol* Open* Friday Morning at C. G. Smith'* Barnt One of the largest delegations of bujffs ever to attend an Arkansas auction of Tennessee walking horses U expecled in Blytheville this week when C, G. .Smith holds his Spring sale 'Friday and Saturday at his "barns on South Highway 61, it vas Indicated today. About Z50 animals arc to be offered for sale and hoisej from 16 lUtes are to be auctioned, with some of the animals coming from ' as (ar twny as Colorado and California. Five lop breeding studs will be among the horses offered for sale. Mr. Smith said. Including "Best Chance", a chestnut stallion owned by C. V. Nally of Oainsvitle, Ga., and "Landers' California Allen", a sorrell stallion owned by George W. Bell of Tulare, Calif. Several fine show horses will also be presented at the sale, Mr. Smith staled, Including "Jimmy's Strutlin' Gal," a chi'slnut mare, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mary of the M and M Stock Rums Wo.sl Mon- To Be Offered at Auction Here Vols Continue Spree With 6-5 Win Over Crax; Chicks Whip Bears By C!en« P.ltrrson <;nl(ed I'reM SporU Writer ATLANTA. Ga., June 2. (UP) — The Nashville runaway in the Southern Association bordered on rout today with the vicious Vols Lenders' California Allen, above, a six-ycir-old sorrell stallion son of the famous show horse. Merry Maker, will b? among the 250 registered Tennessee walking horses to Iw offered for aui-tinn at the C. G. Smith walking horse sale here Friday and Saturday. ijliHlcrs' California Allen roe, La., and "Walking Brondc;>?t-I Is owned bv George \v. Bell of Tuhue, «r", a che.stnut gelding owned by ] Dennont shenuvell of Albany, Gn. Six Auclioiirt'rs to Cry Sale Tills will be Mr. Smith's sixth sftte .since his new sales barn uas consirucled and it is expected that it will top previous auctions in gross sale.5. Mr. Smith's barn is located ihret' and one-half miles South of Blytheville on Highway 61.' Six professional auctioneers have ' been contracted for the sale, he said. ' They are Fletcher Cathey. Mayfield j Re } " ~^^ r j Bat»~ "R" "\1 i Ledbetter and Eddie Bryant of! !,....j .?.,_.!',,._'. e f; . L~.'. ™'' I Lewisburg, Term., Ray Sinvs of Bel- i ton, Mo.. Bud Hamilton ol Win- j Chester, Ky., and David 11. \Vil- | Hanis of Avells, Pa. j Lunch will be served at the sales ; bam on both days of the sale by i meaibers of tile Dogwood Ridge j Community Club, Mr. Smith said. riding H fh'o gnme lead in the loop after flattening Atlanta four stralslil times. Malinger iMtry Gilbert's herd "' liiltiTs are thundering away ami soti Charley today owned 18 home runs. The Nashville pitchers who haven't needed too much on Hie ball u-ith such |>owcrfiil backing, ha^'e dazzled the league, And Mobile and Birmingham, (he I wo tennis which net like they want 1o fii;ht. have won and lost tliem- •X-IVM Into a second-place battle vith each other. The Bears held ' 'fraud spot, today by five puny percentage points. j Charley Gilbert lifted homer number 18 out o f the park last niRlit ' when he stopped into one of Shelby Kmney's i isht-hantlcd slants as Nashville d-jwned Atlanta, in 11 l'i- ' nlnss, 6 to 5. i Kinncy hold the Vols to 11 hits i while the Crackers batted a dozen i off Dick Conger and Jean Davlson. C'hlcks Tame Bearfl Thf; N5cinphis Chicks, bearing :Io-,m behind Uusjh Mulcahy, os'er- ' inok Mobile with three runs in the eishlh Hurt tamed the Bears 8-6. John Perkovich relieved the veteran seven hits.off Al Yayllan ind three reliefer.^, but they pinched off a two-run Baron rally in the eighth and hung on to win behind Alex Zukowski's twirling. New Orleans kept sinking. The Pelicans had Little Rock shut but 3-0 going into the eighth Inning last night, but Don Meyers' home run with one aboard plus two more tallies in that frame ruined the staggering birds. No Southern L«agut gamu are scheduled for today. Jonesboro Youth Is Elected Boys' State Governor Navy Building Bill Passage Is Predicted WASHINGTON', June 2. (UP) — HlRlwviiy mllrage ot the. world the ninth, but Mulcnhy was credit- is in the neighborhood of 0,000.000 ed with his fifth win of the year. miles, of which one-third is In ' ln Hlrniingliam 'he Barons bow- (hc United States, i c(l nR»i» ln Chattanooga 5-4. The ' rejuvenated Lookouts managed only LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. June 1. (UP)—A 20-year-old veteran of 19 months in the Army today *was governor of Boys' State, a governmental study project being sponsored at Camp Robinson by the State Department of the American Lesion. Billy Ray Clark of Jonesboro was elected chief executive over his opponent. Edgar Allen Poe. 16-year- oHI not Springs youth. The campaign was filled with all of Ihe ora lory and promises of a regular race, Pat Neely of Siloarn Springs wns elected lieutenant governor over Mulcahy In the Chick box after Don Phillips of Harrison. Both Clark Mobile threatened with one run in and Neely were members of the mythical Federalist Party. In other slate elections: Jan Lecroy of Hot Springs was named secretary of state; Clyde Berry, Jr., of Stuttgart was elected reaaurer; Tom Murry of Ifalvern was ntmed attorney general; Bob Jackson of Walnut Ridge was elected land commissioner; Bob Kent of Harrison »•»» named chief justice of th« Supreme Court; and John Williams of Bonnevllle, Fred Hudson of Harrison, Dick Bennett of Harrison, Jacob Sharp of Payette- vllle, Jerry Crowley of Brlnkley and Brooks Rice of Cunden were elected associate justices. . • The officers were installed today by Chief Justice Griffin Smith of the Arkansas Supreme Court. City of Little Rock To Pass Up Sale of Ark-La Facilities predicted today that the J 003 Nsvy coimrur'ioii program will slide through the house without substantial change. i The House began consideration i of Ihe measure yes.terday but set it ' aside temporarily today to take up the appropriation bill for the mill- ! tary establishment. Bates Is Door ! manager for Ihe Navy construction ' bill. The projects in the continental U.S. include: Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek. Va.: Acquisition of land on ; Bloodsworlli Island. Dorchester County. Maryland; S120.COO. LITTLE ROCK, Ark,. June 2. Nav.il Supplementary Radio Sta(UP>—A proposal lhat the city oijtion. DuPont, S. C,: Radio operat- Llttle Rock purchase the local lac- Ing building: S14.000. ilitles of the Arkansas-Louslana Naval Air Station. Key West (Boca Chica), Fla.: Acquisition of land; S60.000. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Occana. Va.: Acmiisltion of aviation casement;; $«,COO. is Oas Company apparently dead issue today. In a short. session yesterday, the city council decided not to make any atlempt to delay sale of the firm's stock under R securities exchange Commission order. The council action, by a six lo one vote, followed Mayor Sam Wassell's statement that nothing can be gained by Intervening at. this time. The people of .Little Rock defent- ed » similar purchase plan in « All Tied Up special election In December ol 1016. Meanwhile ihe Slate Public Service Commission filed an Intervent- on In the federal body's hearing at Washington June 16 on the sc pnration of the varied operation of Ark-La. The slate commission seeks to prevent nny possibility of adverse results to Arkansas customers and rntc payers, Chairman C C. Wine said. THE BEST TIST FOR WHISKIY.., %>w some if! IJJE HHB T ««•«««« EVE ? BU ' IT Here's a good use for Ihope Chrislinns neckties Pop has had hidden all Ihese month?. Crav- allractive Nance Stillcy, of New York. find5 Ihey make a color, fill bathing suit. 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