The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 170, Ed. 1 Monday, July 21, 1958 Page: 5 of 6
- Highlighting On/Off
- Adjust Image
- Rotate Left
- Rotate Right
- Brightness, Contrast, etc. (Experimental)
- Download Sizes
- Preview all sizes/dimensions or...
- Download Thumbnail
- Download Small
- Download Medium
- Download Large
- High Resolution Files
- IIIF Image URL
- View Extracted Text
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
.♦ tCOathOAXP *
£yen Grand Jury Can*t
Figure Out Bcndng Deals
BY MABRY GRAYSON
NEA Sport. Editor
New Y®*‘ — (NEA) — The
messenger boy on duty at the
floor of the New York
Attorney’s office had
New York Law journal”
spread oat on his desk. The pap-
er MffciWed to be a bad omen, its
bol«l>faced lead story was head-
lined, "Criminal Law: Larceny.”
This was the start of a day on
what now must constitute the box-
ing seat In New York. The DA is
ttfe man to soy these days and ev-
en if Frank Hogan and his chief
racket man, A1 Scott, were busy
for a moment there are enough
people in hie office to take care of
vis Kora, whether of the volunteer
type or those who are conscripted.
"iPTe do not indict recklessly,”
Hr. James O'Leary began, in ref-
erence to the charges against Bert
Grant, the boxing judge. And, of
eoorse, the indictments which are
expected to be forthcoming.
ay, July 21. 1$S8. THE DAILY NEWS-tfeLfIGRAM
Bunning Flips No-Hitter
To Stop Boston Red Sox
As for the latter, Mr. O’Leary
stated the law’s side of the case
simply. “The special grind jury
called to look into boxing has
been extended until Dec. 4. ThiA
means their work la not filled.
In moving about" the marble-
walled district attorney’s hall-
ways, we found out that indict-
ments are coming slowly from tht] Weather permitting, the Aimer-1 games scheduled Monday and
grand jury for the simple reason j icin League All-Stars of Little Tuesday by the Hopkins County
that it takes the panel a long] League will play host to a visit-1 Baseball Association have been
time to figure out the meanings I ing All-Star team from Talco in
little League All-Stars
To Battle Talco Tonight
Pre.i (down l>y A1 Kaline. who was batk-
of the Detroit Ti- ed up against the fence when he
'vwrwrded the first no-hitter [ made the catch. And Pete Runnels
w amstjai league season yes-1 very nearly outlegged an infield
(F. -mi.s-mg brilliant form a> j hit but was nipped by 3rd base-
■pppwd the Boston Red Sux man Oxzie Virgil’s throw.
sk-nder, gum-chewing In the 2nd game of the double-
struck out 12 men j header." unbeaten Ike Dedlock J er gave the Senators the 2nd
baffling array of] won his 10th in a row as,the Red ; game 5 to 4. Joe Ginst^rg hit a
Sox whipped the Tigers 5 to 2. 1 bases-Ioaded tingle in the 10th in
The Chicago White So* and
Baltimore Orioles split thoir
doubleheader. Chicago woo the
first game 4 to 2 with Dick Dono-
van holding Washington to 5 bits,
then Roy Sievers' 9th inning hom-
Dallas 3, San Antonio 2
Austin 9, Corpus Christi 2
Victoria 4, Tulsa 3
Fort Worth 6, Houston 5
Where They Play Monday
San Antonio at Dallas.
Houston at - Fort Worth.
Victoria at Tulsa
Corpus Christi at Austin.
Tews— W L Pet.
, New York ..,____ 58 30 .659
' Boston --------- 47 41 .534
Baltimore ------ 43 44 .494
Detroit ----... 42 45 .483
Chicago ----.... 43 47 .468
Kansas City---- 41 46 .471
tfoekad ...... 41 49 .456
Washington_____ 38 51 .427
Chicago 4-4, Washington 2-5.
Detroit 3-2, Boston 0-5.
New York 3-8, Kansas City 1-0
Bfettimore 3, Cleveland 2.
' Where They Play Monday
. No games scheduled., -----
of half the evidence in front of] the first round of the area elemi-
them. nation tournament
Boxing’s business is conducted] 0*me time is tentatively set for
in such devious, all-under-the- ] ^ 9- *1. it Carothets Field with
table ways that even the »Uck*»t] leewv if the men
manager is hard pressed to keep] *8W» choose to wait for complete
up with the times. A grand jury, d*rknesa for a better view under
made up of clerks and bankers the IHfhte
and housewives, his a dickens of! •* **• Campbell, president of
e time figuring it out Little League, said the American
The New York boxing Inveati- Le**u* *‘»u»d win we*r the regu-
gation is now approximately one AH-Sttt UKBOKM.
• • ■ -• 1 .Other baseball And softball
Brows hi Risk
Title in Boul
Houston, July 21 (Jl — A world
St. Louia .....I...
hundred years old. A special as-
sistant DA has been on the case
full time for that period, with a
working force of detectives under
him. Court orders for- legal wire-
taps have been obtained through-
out the year. Each Is good for six
months. If we know our boxing
people most of them are silly
enough, particularly over a six-
month period, to talk as if they
have stolen H bomb secrets.
This seems to be a substantial I championship fight highlights this
investigation and, as we are in-1 week’s boxihg program. Light-
formed, Mr. Hogan’s office has a weight Champion Joe Brown Will
record of 98 per cent convictions] defend his title Wednesday night
on indictments. Bucking him is against Kenny Lane of Muskegon,
like playing the hones. | Mich.
Just what, you ask, is forthcom- The scheduled 16 round bout
ing in the way of boxing news? | will be staged in Houston and will
Looking at it objectively, there | be televised and broadcast nation-
will be indictmnets. Carbo, for | ally starting at 8 p. m.
one, would be a good bet. The in-1 This will be the 5th time Brown
dictments — and trials — will | has put his title on the line since
make good reading and suspicion] he dethroned Bud Smith back in
is that, while they will not be] iff6. None of the first four men
earth-shaking to fight people, they j who tried to take the title from
could do irreparable damage to I Brown were around at the final
the International Boxing Club’s Jbeil.
program. — ----------—- — -4 After besting hack Smith's at-
If so, Teddy B r e n n a r, new tempt te regain the title, Brown
struggling to keep the St. Nlchol-] polished off Orlando Zulueta,
as Arena alive, seems to be in the] Joey Lopes end Ralph Du pas.
best spot of anybody. He could be] Lane has not been beaten in
the new big man in the game. | his last 19 fights. He is rated as
the number one challenger by the
Pete te Fight
A fight with almost as much in-
terest will be held Friday night
in Los Angeles —Pete Raedemech-
J er 'will talft on Zort Fotfey In a
UP _I 1* round hesvyweight battle. Thi
postponed. Most of the games will
be keset for Saturday night.
Managers Babe Roberts and
Bill* Smith will have a powerful
14-player squad from which to
choose a starting lineup. The ros-
ter includes Phillip Bailey, Randy
Byrd, Que Brittain, Roger Allen,
Jerry Smith, Gordon Peyne, Ray-
mond Hyatt, Ralph Stevens, Lynn
Roberts, Dan McLarry, John Mc-
Intyre, Mike Moore, Larry Gibbs
and Billy Cromer.
Jack Ward will be the plate um-
pire and Turk Morgan will be the
base umpire. The Talco club is to
furnish two other officials.
Winners of tonight’s game will
vie with the Sblphur Springs Na-
tional League All-Stars here Tues-
day night. Billy Martin and Burke
Mcfool are managers of the Na-
tional League All-Star unit. J
Wins PGA Ml
At Wichita Falls
Charles Carothers, Jr., 15-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Carothers of 901 North Davis, is
in Wichita Falls where he will
compete in the Texas-Oklahoma
Junior Golf Tournament starting
Approximately 4 0 0 players
from Texas and Oklahoma are
achedul«d to take part in -the
tourney which it open to golfers
in the 11 to 19 age bracket.
Carothers recently finished as
runner-up in first flight compe-
tition in the Paris Invitational
Golf Tournament after capturing
first place for first flight in the
membership golf tournament at
the Sulphur Springs Country
who was a 20-gami-j Abo in the American League, I ning, providing the Baltimore Or-
el to« season but has been. the front - running New York ioles with a 3 to 2 victory dWer
reawostent this year — siir-j Yankees took 2 from the Kansas j the Cleveland Indians.
* rouple of tense moments j City Athletics, winning the open- The Lo3 Angeles Dodgers, who
'me frrsQ inning. Lendoff man j er 3 to 1 on Yogi Berra's 10th in-
■Sr«*t»heTis smashed a long ning homer, and copping the
■X*. right but it was hauled] nightvap 8 to 0 on VVhitey Ford's
Fm League to Wind
tyi Scheduled Games
’’5W -wgrulat Farm League will |
'"to WNhamcmd and completed dur-
^toQ^Xto week, officials announced 1
• Yohwmg the completion of,
Nhse ttoenwri up schedule, the win- ]
Wei1- *r? The National and Ameri-
**m temriw divisions will be
m a championship battle.
Ttie stepped up program,
«y, July 23 — IOOF
tot Law; Maddox vs. Rotary.
^Varsday. July 24 — Western
vast Kiwanis vs. Jayeees.
Y'-idday. July 25 — Maddox vs.
Hdhfif Dions vs. Rotary.
ay. July 26 — Kiwanis
Jayeees vs. Co-Op.
ilaaae> will be set back one day
•f~ **r mother interferes.
Rallies to Keep
. Sunday Basalts
St. Louia 8, Cincinnati 1.
Milwaukee 4, Chicago 2.
Lot Angeles 6, Philadelphia 0.
San Francisco 7, Pittsburgh 3.
Where They Play Menday
St Louis at Milwaukee.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Only games scheduled.
* • - tUCUct •
HaferfOtn, Pa-, July *1 Wl —I J* heavyweight battle. This
Departing ffora his usual conser-| will be Rademacher’a 2nd profes-.
vative game, Dow Flnaterwuld •*om1 fight His firat waa. a title
atruck with bold daring yesterday] with Champion Floyd t»at-
and won the 49th PGA tourna- terson last August Rademacher,
ionship at Havertown. The 2*- Olympic heavvweight
year-old tournament star from | champ, never got paat the 6th
Tequesta, Fla., shot a fine S-un- round lr> that one.
der par 67 on the final round, . Foll«y i» runked on a gar with
winding up the 72-hol» event with I Kddle Mac hen km that number one
a 276 and e 2 stroke tdge on the challenger behind Patterson. Beth
field. loot prestige however last April
Sam Snesd, who led by one ?h*n ‘h*/ /ou*ht * • ***" in *
stroke going into the last IS I
holes, blasted off like a rocket . ^rid*y 4b.out1 “]*° Trl11
and with 16 holes to go had a g. televised nationally
stroke advantage on Finsterwaldl *t*rtJn* •* 8 P* m
and Bill Casper, Jr. But then the
slammer seemed to turn conserva-
tive while Finsterwaid became the
gambler. The younger man
caught the 8-time PGA champion | It has been a long time between
on the 7th, passed him on the 8th, I winning rides for jockey John
and was never headed thereafter.] Knia. And he can distinctly th-
Finsterwald, who consistently member the lest time he wen.
finishes in the money but seldom Bolt earns home a winner with
wins, was 4-under-par with a 31— “Quill” yesterday at Jamaica race
at the turn. track and the hone returned
Casper else forged ahead of I 6118-50 on a two-dollar ticket—
Snead and took End with a 278. tha highest price of the New York
Snead finished in 3rd at 280, one I season.
stroke better than Jack Burke, 3»h was asked when he had
Jr. lust won a net. HI said he knew
National open champion Tom-1 the exact date—October 4th,
my Bolt tied for 8th with a 285 195E Asked hew he remembered
and the defending PGA titllst, Li- the date so well, Rai
one) Herbert, wound up with
“That was the day the Brook-
lyn Dodgers won their only world
iSolol Mfcfi m "mil i.
Dallas to Win
them. The Cats, of coarse,
| leading the league and
| they’re 10 games out front.
The Cate made It the widest
Dalles, July 21 «* — Joe Kot-IHJHf’they tSip|Jd*BouetoanlMi
rany, Dallas’ vetoraa righthander, whQe second piece Carpus Christi
honored by Rangwr fans Sunday was taking e 9-2 licking from
night, pitched ene of the fineet Austin.
games of the year in the Ti
His 2-hitter gawa the Rangers
a 3-2 decision over 8an Antonio.
It caused San Antonio to totter
on the rim of the first division
and allowed Victoria, ona of the
hottest clubs In the league right
Victoria beat Tulsa 4-8.
Rocky Bridges, the peppery lit-
fie infielder of the Washington
Senators, received a broken jaw
when hit with a pitched ball last
Thursday night. This is the 3rd
time Bridges has been hit by e
pitched hail th» season. On a
previous occasion, Bridges was
flat on his back after getting hit
with the pitch. Everyone rushed
to his side. One of the players
lifted Bridges' head and started
giving him first aid.
At that point, Bridges opened
his ayes and said:
“Tell me—do you think this ..
will affect my future career inlington.” the
the movies?” — ------
among the «kx
Nellie Fox ef
Whte Sex as
at the, I
Back in Caffel -
m Swell Blue Jays wall op-
tor Post womens softball
JM in a single matched
- Sunxrday night at Rockwell
« Jane Jones Drummond led
parade by smacking
<Ctoo Tolleson was the
pitcher and Mrs. Charles
Dodd and Q. jC. Sew
Jt- coaches the Blue Jays
Robert Post coached the
Washington, Juijt Jt to ->■
date Ralph Tatun g
his first full wm ar- a
Slates seoutwc^ fc aanc..*
William Bisk ley
last ni^it that tR
Middle East -~-iiriima wa*
perative for hda to gs UasAi
and flew to
He said he
ences today aril
and with has
a plane in
“I feel that
imne.«n\'Y'wttrd States exports to the 20
imperatnr^th^ l mawto toto- Re^bKc« in 1957
^ . antouaec to a value of 4.7 billion
Western Store whipped past
the Jayeees 13-6 and Co-op
trounced Kiwanis 15-8 in opening
games of second half play in the
National Loop of Farm League
Saturday night at Carothers
Don Culpepper was the winning
hurler for Western Store as his
teammates took a commanding
lead in the fifth frame. Ricky
Payne was chalked with the loss
for the Jayeees.
Co-Op's A1 Wilson was the
moundsman who led hb team to
victory over Kiwanis in the night-
cap. Trailing 8-6, the Co-Op club
exploded for nine runs in the
third inning. William Penson was
the losing hurler.
have been troubled by one thing
or another in recent days, are at
last out of the National League
cellar for the first time Xince May
12th. With Johhny Podres pitch-
ing a 4-hitter, the Dodgers blank-
ed the Philadelphia Phillies 8 to
0 yesterday and jumped into a 6th
place tie with the Pittsburgh Pir-
The San Francisco Giants
maintained a slim grip on first
place, staging a 5-run uprising
in the first inning ad beating'"ihe
Pirates 7 to 3. The Giants extend-
ed their winning streak to 6
Southpaw VCarren Spahn kept
Milwaukee’s Braves hard on the
Giant’s heels, ' posting hi* 12th
pitching victory of the season—
a 4 to 2 decision over the Chicago
Cubs.. The St. Louis Cardinals
pushed Cincinnati into last plhca
by downing the Redlegs 3 to 1.
Righthander Sam Jones of the
Cards struck out 12 Cincinnati
batters and also chipped in with
a run-producing single.
Takes Own Life
Junction, July 21 UB—The su-
perintendent of schools at Junc-
tion, John A. Long, who was crit-
ically ill with cancer^ shot himself
to death at his home today. A ver-
dict of suicide was returned.
Cal., July 21 1^
actor Franklin Pang-
died in Santa Monica.
ndergone surgery Satur-
"Wsr the 2nd time in 2 months.
believed to be in
Texarkana, July 21 (to — The
Los Angeles Dodgers have signed
ScoUie Williams', 18-year-old
semi-pro shortstop from Texar-
kana, Texas, as a bonus playtr.
The amount waa -not* announced.
Williams, who was signed by Dod-
ger scout Leon Hamilton, is to
join the class C Reno Nev., club.
Be Annoyed by Pasta I
and take advantage of
our Vacation Special
SAFE, EFFECTIVE PEST
Roaches, ants, scorpions,
fleas and other household
Termites are Dastrwcti**!
Call today for FREE Inspection.
All work guaranteed by written
contract. References furnished on
Deaton & Smith Co.
Members Toxas A Fast
Pest Control Assn.
R. D. Tompkins, Mgr.
Dial Day or flight—5-6842
Science Shrinks Piles
New Way Without Surgery
Stops Itch—Relieves Pain
tea. 1*. T. (toU) - For th« astonishing statement* like “rtos
l has found a new h»v. ceased to be • problem! ”
Tko secret is a new tooling sab-
steam < Bio-Dyne* i-diaeevery ot
tooling anbstenee with tko aoton
ishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids, stop itching, and relievo
pain - without surgery.
la coo* after case*, while gently
rellering pain, actual reduction
(shrinkage) took place.
Most amasingof all- results were
a world-famous research Institute.
er sislaal /arm
In suppeeOorp ei
under the nXK* _
At your drugget,
ot. Money hack
US Fire Loses
Soar in Jane
Ntw York, July 21 W—F i r e
losses in the United States dur-
ing June amounted to 890048,000,
5.2 per cent higher than in May
And 29.2 per cent above the total
|n June, 1967. Losses for the
first six months of 1958 total
$581,235,000, an increase of 5.6
per cent over the like period last
Fountain of Freedoms...! Free Press
, . _ . i
Tin history of the press, since its development five centuries ago, ha* beed a hatofy of
restraint It g natural for men in authority to ween* the iday of criddaa. It h In far
&em to be hmbitioua, and to seek to entrench thaneehru. Hence ndctx often aeaMaWd—
and disagreement by stifling it. rr But the courageous men who founded this new nation
sought here ftM frttlom for each individual. When they cstablidied a ooneriturion, aware
«f the human frailty even of ralm elected from among them, their Flntf
aided that “Congress than make no law.
." rc With (he widespread education and enlightenment that NadtodL Ae people
here hare advanced farther toward all freedoms dan the people of aay ether nation. The
beacon of this Western World, mark* for all on twos the Stan of the fOtfc 12 Fiwdasg:
w a - - .f e»----1 I r —M to-.. .
fitcoocn oi *>pcccii ina ox cue ntas.
N-. toA. *Vw- mV
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Matching Search ResultsView four places within this issue that match your search.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Frailey, F. W. & Woosley, Joe. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 170, Ed. 1 Monday, July 21, 1958, newspaper, July 21, 1958; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth830528/m1/5/?q=long: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.