The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1953 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, AUfiUST 5, 1!>5S BLYTITKVIT.T.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN eyer's Trade By GAVLE TALBOT NEW YORK (AP) — The only time we saw Leo Duro- chor.really agitated the past spring was when someone asked him what he thought of the winter deal through which Brooklyn had obtained pitcher Russ Meyer from the Phillies. The manager of the Giants exploded at close quarters. "Siiii't 1 v/hiMi." ho demanded, "do*— . you try to help thi? ten'm you've ::nt to beat 0 .Anybody with any sen.-e knows that piichmr; is what Oharhp Dre.-KLUi needs, Tiie Phils tion't think that <:uy Meyer H much of a pitcher, hey? I wish I had him right now." Leo Gets Credit As we do not ree.i.l that, any Aragon Takes On Davis In Welter Bout By R USS XKWLA VD SAN FRANCISCO iffi— Boxing's future world welterweight champion rnny be botineinc around the As of Lhe moment Meyer, for nil j rim? ioniehi in the San Francisco hi? reeentrieiues, is nee! with Carl | Cow Palace. His name is Art Erskine as the winninsesi pitcher I Arapon and he is the punchin' en the Brooklyn stnff. each with IS 01 * 16 " bo >' from Los Angeles. He Jin 11-4 record. Their recent efforts 1 meets Henry Davis, also from Los ^rc hirp^lv responsible for ihe! Angeles in a scheduled 10-round (!".vli^ht the oriQers have put be- t'.voen themselves and second- place Milwiuiee. bout. Aras'on thinks he is the lad who will dump Kid Gavilan from the .MPVPI-. afier an indifferent .start, ; vpl ' er throne Seven wins in eight M* won his last four, two or them bouts since he bulked mio the :;in.toins over Milwaukee. In Mon- '".pound division have earned •<»— 1-0 crusher he knocked hlm , the pO5il!on of No " 7 Con ' tender. Most of A radon's 73 matihes were fought in the lightweight class. His 37 knockouts, 14 of them in the first round, indicate his acmss the winning run himself. As far as the Phillies are con<Tined. the deal must go down as j cue of the year's most costly, rank- | ;:; [ _; wiih thai through which tlie, Cineauo White Sox IP! pitcher Hec- I tn>- (Skinny) Brown escape to Buston. Tor^eson ' S mite in his right mat. A nationwide CBS television audience will be able to pass judgment on Arason's ability starting ^ With one more solid starter, the jat 8 p. m. CST. Phillips miEiht have been right up Davis, making; his first start as i here at this point instead of bat- a welterweight, will concede a tllne Milwaukee for second money, ; ew pounds. He Is expected to de-spite Curt Simmons' failure to j weigh close to 139 with Aragon ]'e»;iin his pre-service form. j above H3. As mystified observers noted at j Aragon. a Mexican-American, the lime, the only thing the Phils i was born in Albuquerque, N. M. i".3d to show for the loss of Meyer ' in the three-cornered deal was first baseman Earl Torgeson, who has helped them not at all. Beset bv injuries. Torgeson Ions since By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VMS been replaced by Eddie Wtiit-l Los Angeles—Phil Kim. 143. Hon- i kus. one of the year's leading i olulu. .stopped Elmer Beltz, 143 ; |4, I comebacks. [ Los Angeles, 1. Come to think of it. (he then > Brooklyn Ridgewood Grove — Boston Braves, now Milwaukee's i-Hein Ten Hoff. 226!i. Germany, pride, had their hands on Meyer'l sl °l'P ed Bi!1 Wilson, 225 : ^, Char- DODGERS — John Currey of the Newburgh. N. Y.. Pony I.eajfiie Dodgers has the time of his life talking things over with Gil Hodges of the big-league Dodders. ,(NEA) Fights Last Night briefly while the trade was in pro^re.s-;. They came out. of it with nothing worth keeping. Wonder how they feel. Water Wheel Hatchery TONTO. Ariz. i'JV-The halch- ^ n ry oiupiu of trout in the Tonto fiarin h;^ jumped 50 prr rent since n \v;i!rr \\-iipfl \vas in^rallfri to a.s- ?i,;i rci'ri.cn-:)UO!] rquipmi'iil in keep t<"n Ions of fish food available. The Tonto hatchery is now producing 52,000 eight-Inch trout vcarlv. loUee. N. C., 1. Butte. iMont.—Freddie "Babe" Herman. 136. Los Angeles, and Bobby Woods, 134, Spokane, drew, 10. Fences Save Game ST. PAUL, Minn. '.-Pt—Wildlife conservetinni.-ls are tryine: to ?ave f.^nce rows m Minnesota as a nat- ur;i,l hnbiiru for came. Wi'ii 400.000 mile.s of fences on AImnc.--ul:-t farms, it is i".~\ imaled two fed to the fence row, the vt'LThi- tion oflcrs inm-f than 100,000 acres j of gnod pheasant cover. ' • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 508 Cl. Lake Ate. Mm. 838] DANCE FLOOR Jitterbug Contest Every Wednesday Nile — SPECIAL!— Bunny Hop Dance Fun for All! GOOD FOOD At All Hours SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS COMPLETELY CONDITIONED All Brands Cigarettes $1.70 a Carton AIR CONDITIONED MOTEL FOft TOURISTS NEVER A DULL MOMENT! Highway Ti Hubert Utley Holland, Mo. ! Pettit Released To Pirates Milwaukee Sells Out, So Fans See Country Following Braves lly IIAH1IV GHAVSOX M-'.A Sports Ktlilnr NEW YORK — (N'KA) - - The 1 Brnvrs may not be able to beat the Dod^rs, but you can't beat their funs. With lhe good burghers snapping up tickets like band- fills of tax free, money, thousands of Milwaukee rooiers set 1 the country following (lie BntA'cs. Excursion engineers aie luvmg a wonderful time plotting new jaunts for Sudsville addicts. A $99.50 package lured 500 of them, complete with iin-p;in.s, to Brooklyn, adding to lhe general din ;md .confusion nt Kbbt'ts Field. They wen! home bitterly disappointed, but no Jess enthusiastic. When f lie Bra ves ret u mod t o County Sniriinm. they found five dales of the 17-^aim- sumd .already sold oui, exclitdi:u: "JiOO blrarhor seats that are Cobbled up before each contest. \Vilh. sjuce Cor most of the other engai^emrn!:; nt :t premium. rr.bid customers we re purchasing: perches for lhe September stay. The total ni.tennanee for 39 home dales WHS Biifi.ft'ja, If ihe Br.ives continue to average 22,0^3, a.s they have, anoiher 377,000 will be added and 1,242,928 will have soon Milwaukee ranir-s with u lony Sepicin- ber run to come. NEW ORLEANS WP) — Pitcher : Paul Pettlt, the Pittsburgh Pirates' celebrated SIOO.OOO bonus baby, was i leaded for Charleston. S. C., today i Tfier being released by the New Or- j cans Pelicans of the Southern As- j sociaLion, The Pels released Pel tit last night o Charleston, their Class A affiliation in thp Sally League. Pettit was optioned I-o the Pels in June by the parent Pirate club to lolster the Southern Assoriation :lub's faltering pitrhinti staff. Petit won three and lost five for the 'els. RTSS LYNCH Of the TvIihvauKee un'sal f;r.=t nin a liiermometor "raco" comparing this year's .Milwaukee jittendimce with the measly 284,000 who paid to see Ihe Braves in Boston l«st. trip. Thai, as expected, was strictly no contest. Milwaukee ion pod the Hub figure in the first. 12 appoumnrnts. Sports Editor Lynch >-wHrhpd to the Hcd Sox, and it was still no contest. IMVAl'KKKA^'S ALWAYS THA. VKLf:.'!) tile ill) 'jnilo.s !o Wri^lc-y Field to .SOP m.-ijor league baseball 'and root for the Cui)s, Tlioy still : do. but no longer to che^r lhe I Bruins. Thu noi^'Jiborhooci rivalry I works both ways for both sidos. ,'Tho Cubs sell out when the Braves : come to the north side. Next,to tho ; lo:i true-loud m;'. Brooks, they I the fattest paycheck in Milwaulier. I Lou Ponni has considerably j moro nmnin«- lor him in Milwau: kc( l thnn ti-enu'iuiotis civic interest and 'the ^eouraphic:il location. Mo . hus one of U^P suporinr individual aitraciions in home-run hittinf; Eddie Ma! hews. Me purchased i.he practically homo-urown Andy Pal- HICM AMATI-TK — H win the Ilainbletoninn t Uenniii Hanover in HMK H t n Derby of Ihe I rimers \v; I I I ( 1 i at Goshen, N. Y., Aim. I (M \ II i i l!u 01 \\ amateur ever to lie R irl Cum halter did it with t irpcii n tie 105.000 Kentucky i loin colt lie is training, nem on. uH Grand;.11 coinplctod , le :i «;uo owners .should .son i We art 1 proud (o announce dial ,'imniie Williams led our sales force for the ni o n I h of July. To his many friends and new customers Jimmie says "thanks." IE GILL PONTIACINC. 5th & Walnut Phone 6S17 Harry to Open Baseball Congress WICHITA. Kan. ifi — Former President Harry S. Truman is scheduled to toss out the first ball at the National Baseball Congress tournament Aug. 14. Thirty-two teams have qualified for the annual non-pro meet with ihe defending champions, the Fort Myer, va., Colonials, returning. 3^ LOOK FOR THE SACK WITH THE BEMIS CAT TRADE- M1SK. AV&IU5U IS DUCK, ASPH&LT BOTTOM SKD OUR NEW PLASTIC BOTTOM, OUR PLASTIC BOTTOM BAG HAS BEEN FULLY FIELD TESTED AND WILL OUTLAST THREE OR MORE REGULAR OUCX BAGS. EACH TYPE IS STOCKED IH ALL SIZES REGULM CR WITH KOOKEYE. Munutactured By BRO. BAG CO. MIMPH1S 1, TINW. For Sale By ALL LEADING JOBBERS IJesearch and devclopmcnl which has produced Nationally Disfriliuli'd Thwilre Screen Coatinj; works coiisliintly I'm 1 jou in lhe entire TKEN'KI-li paint line. Surpassed by None ""ff Per Gal. Clip this Adv. for 5'V> discount on iinv Trenkle pro- rluct. VHKK DKI.IVKRY IN UI.VTHKV'M.LK. Day Phone, Deli 2881. Night Phone Blyfhe- viile 2284 If Main St. Dell, Ark. ¥/hen its time To Repaint Vini'lLsavc money by selecting /, r ood paint. Good paint lusts longer and the longer Intervals between painting lowers your annual cost. We recommend VAN-CALVERT Paints, math- by "America's Oldest M'xird Taint House," Phone 45r>'I ami we will figure the cost aiit! recommencl A good painter. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. »e mean that literally. Because that's all the money it takes to buy this great new 1953 Buick SPECIAL. That's all it takes to boss its high-compression Fireball 8 Engine-now stepped up to the highest horsepower in Buick SPECIAL history. That's nil it takes to enjoy its still finer Million Dollar Ride-its hill six-passenger roominess- its light-as-a-flyrod handling case. .Out if you're surprised at this news, we can't blame you a bit. Most people are-whcn they learn that you can get Buick styling, Buick structure, Buick room and power and comfort and steadiness, all for just a few dollars more than the cost of the so-called "low-priced three." Add another happy surprise. THS GREATEST In this Buick you get a long list of "extras" at no extra cost—things like direction signals, dual map lights, twin sunshades, lighter, trip-mileage indicator, automatic glove-box light, oil-balli air cleaner, full-flow oil filter, .bumper guards front and rear— things most otlmrctirx of similar Jtrice charge as extras. 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