The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 26, 1962 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, August 26, 1962
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CAGE 6 Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-2411 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS AND BRATORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, WJ pack Down On Attorney's Advice rates Threaten Walkout IT. LOUIS (AP) - Pittsburgh | Pirate players, after rebelling lorj Hie second time in tlirep years Igainst crowded game scheduling, railed off a threatened wnlkr.-.itj Saturday. In I960, the Pirales won their point. This time, they backed down on the advice of baseball's play- «r attorney, Judge Robert Cannon of Milwaukee. Cannon, after talking to Nation- -THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS «J ports Majors Saturday Dodgers Win, Pirates Lose Major STANDINGS By THK ASSOMATKn FRK8S Philadelphia (KnJm.Toy 17-10). American tmtgne I Milwaukee (Lomnstcr 1-1) nil W. I* IVt. n.B. j Chi ™K n (EUsworth 6-17). New York .... 76 53 .589 — '• 'I°< lslo n (Bnmtl 1-2 and Bruce 1 Los AnRcles .. 72 58 .551 •]< Minnesota .... 7.1 59 .553 4< NEW YORK (API-Jim Gilliam hit a home run and three sineles by Javier's smash, which followed singles hy and pinch hitter Jim Red Schafter Schoen. Ci>s, advised the Pirates to piny ft,e day-night dcmblchcader Saturday with the St. Louis Cardinals. Anolher Pirate-Card doubleheadcr b set for Sunday. a night game More a double- iiml Ron p en . a ,i OK ki pilched one p..,,,, „„„, JXITI „,„„„,. j header. They said they were will- hi , hal | |i, rallK |, .| 2-3 innings ci dienst. The ball hit Groat's nose. [ing In play an afternoon double- rpl jp t „,. , he ip.,,,,^ leading Los Tlie Cardinals ended n thrco- Saturday and again Sun- Angeles Dodgers defeated the day or a day game Saturday and Npw Y ork Mels S-2 Saturday. a night game Monday. Monday is an open dale. Giles said in Cincinnati A crowd of 21,065 saw Ihe i Dodgers inflict the 21st defeat of season on Roger Craig, the The controversy'arose when thej lcrminin K fa( ' tor was that this is 'Mets' starter. The tall right-hand- Cardinal management, in agreement with the Pirate management re-scheduled Friday night's rained out contest for Saturday night. the last series these two teams are scheduled to play this year, i 0 pf ore h e in either St. Louis or Pittsburgh." pinch |, jtter in t ] 1P seventh inning. hits and five nms was taken out for a The Cardinals ended a thrce- game losing streak at the expense ci Bob Friend. The Redbirds got With starter a 4-0 lead, Jim Coates New retired Chicago fiS Detroit B5 Baltimore .... 64 Cleveland .... 61 Boston 61 Kansas City •• 60 Y m .|< Washington .. 48 the first two batters in Ihe sixth. He then allowed the first Oriole run .523 .508 .500 .473 .469 .458 .372 ll'.i I5!i! 17 28 7-81 at Cincinnati (O'Toolr. .13-1.1 and Maloney 8-4), (2). Pittsburgh (Hadrtix 8-5 and Slur- divant 6-3) at St. Ix>ul.i (Washburn 10-6 and Toth 1-0), (2). Los Angeles National tongue W. I,. Pet. G.B. 84 on a walk and singles hy Jim n Sun Francisco SO Gentile and Brooks Robinson. Cincinnati 12 hits to five for the Pirates. Jackson boosted his record Pinch Hitter Jack Brandt j Pittsburgh (greeted reliever Marshall Bridges St. Louis toiwith a two-run double. Singles by Milwaukee The 1960 Pirates, en route to;He has won seven. , V-V/I.-T AND The Pirates objected to" playingjthe National League pennant, also: Tommy Davis, Willie Davis and[,•,.. objected to schedule jamming. Ron Fa j r | y a i so hit homers lorjj^™ ^ Pitcher and player represents-' Ihe Dodgers, wlio collected l^j^ live Bob Friend, who led Satur-: hits, reaching relief pitcher Ken day's rebellion with shortstop jMacKenzie for three nms and Dick Groal. referring to the 1960 ; four hits in the eighth and ninth incident, said, "we were sched-:innings, uled to play five games in three SI 7<l 70 71 62 IIUNTINGTON. \V. Va. (API- Mike Riley o{ San Diego ,Calif., warded oft a sterling challenge, by Mark Silvers of Savannah, Ga., in Mistering heat Saturday to win the Jaycee Inlernallonal Junior Golf Tournament hy « stroke. dl tMo M "KEEP HOME PAY" our en YooV'TAKE HOME PAY" with our LOW COST ECONOMY LOAN CASH YOU OIT 36 MO. » MOS. $2026.27 $ 80.00 2513.49 2957.40 100.00 117.00 $ 8S.OO 100.00 Abavi Inelud.i Lift lnitir«ne«. Alie. taunt for im«ll«r afnountl. ALLIED FINANCE CO. MIS HWY. 288 Phono HAROLD LINDOFF JR. FMIPORT 11-10. Friend lost his 12th to go Gus Triandos, Marv Breeding and a-Philadelphia with 14 wins. Dick Williams followed, the first'Chicago 48 • and last In pinch roies, puttingillouston 45 IndianS-Red SOX Baltimore ahead 5-4 and tagging New York .. 33 (AP) Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! Bridges with Npw York's fourth straight loss. Cleve-| Another single hy Jerry Adair, belled a two-* o({ Ulis Arroyo, chased home the homer m the eighth innhiR'final run of the inning. Bostons ace reliever, Dick; Radatz, to carry the Indians toj an 8-6 victory Saturday. iBfaVeS-CllbS A-Night Game FREE SHETLAND PONY & 6 BICYCLES Given Away By Merchants of th* BEACHWAY SHOPPING CENTER SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. Register In Our Store! The Red Sox blew a 5-1 lead when slarler Don Schwall and Mike Fornieles permitted the Into draw even. Bubba Phil-! CHICAGO (API-Backed by n of four home nms. War- rrobnble Pitchers American league Chicago (Baumann 6-4i at Los Angeles (Lee 10-9). Kansas City (Fischer 4-5) at Minnesota (Krnlick 9-8). New York (Ford le3-6) at Baltimore (Roberts 8-6). Washington (Slenhouse 10-9 nnd ST. LOUIS (AP) — Julian Jav- ren Spahn hurled the Milwaukee MINNEAPOL1S-ST. PAUL (AP) Carpenter Phillies) gave in and ule was revised. the sched-jof a day-night doubleheader. 1 Shortstop Dick Groat was felled career In the ninth inning when Dick Bcrtell led oft with a triple National I*eaguo Los Angeles (Richer! 2-3) at JOHN BIRCH AMERICA - KNOW JOHN BIRCH! THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY is nimcd in honor of one of the greatest young men that America has produced. John Birch was a Christian missionary, from a farm near Macon, Georgia, who was in China when we entered World VTar II. His heroism, accomplishments, and nobility of character were to make of him a legend which the Communists could not allow to live. On July 4, 1942, John Birch officially joined General Chennault's forces in Chung- king as a volunteer. He organized Chennault's intelligence service, rose to the rank of Captain in the United States Army, and served with unsurpassable bravery and brilliance throughout the war. He was frequently referred to, by both his associates and superiors, as the most important single man in our forces struggling against the Japanese in China. Ten days after V-J day, while in uniform, on a peaceful and official mission for our government,'* John Birch was brutally murdered in cold blood by our "allies," the Chinese Communists. This was on August 2$, 1945. He thus became probably the first 'American casualty in that third World War, between the Communists and the ever- shrinking "free-world," which is still being waged against us seventeen years latei; a relentless war of which there is no end in •ight. You had probably never heard of John Birch before our Society came into the limelight. This is simply because the Communists in WWj/iij/orc planned it that way. It took five years of persistent and determined effort on the part of his parents, aided by Senator Knowland and many other good patriots, to pierce the blanket of oblivion which had been so brazenly thrown over his tfc and death by Communist sympathizers in our government. As the Saturday Earning Fait pointed out, in a long editorial on January 22, I9IS, based on Thf Life Of John Bireh: "Amazingly, there were in Vishington responsible officials who were willing to suppress news of the murder of an American officer, apparently to prevent the American people from rising in their wrath and vetoing further appeasement of communism." John Birch was killed by typical Communist tactics, as a part of typical Communist strategy, in a typical Communist-style war — a continuous undeclared war in which our enemies observe no rules of international law, of civilization, or of human decency. He commanded no armies, headed no government, converted no nations to his creed. His impact would have been of transient memory and comparatively small importance, bid not that impact occurred at a lime and in a way to supply particularl from which momentous generalizations can properly be projected. With hii death and in hit Jralli the Italtlt linn uere driuit, itt a llnigulf jrnin uhich tillxr Communism or C7>m//'dii-</j/r civilization mutt emtrgi u lib one cnmplttrly triumphant tnd thi alhfr comftlttfly Jn/roycJ. Partly for these reasons, but even more because John Birch — in all of his short but outstanding career — so typified the best of America, we have named our organization in his memory. If we rediscover some of our sounder spiritual values in the example of his life, recharge our determination from the spark of his courage, and learn essential truths about our enemy from the lesson of his murder, then Ins death at twenty-su ceaws to be a iragedy. For in a full lifetime he could not have accomplished more. For a far more thorough introduction to The John Birch Society, we suggest that you buy and read our SPECIAL PACKET JS 00 It contains the Blur Book, the Li/r of John Birch t t number of our most important monthly bulletins, and other carefully selected materials. The price includes prepayment of postage. Order from THF JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY, Brlmoitl 78, Mastafhuirtti. PAID FOR BY LOCAL CHAPTERS OF THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY and scored after two were out on 'New York (Anderson 3-13). , single. ) scored his sixth! • -Left-hander Dick Stigman scat- „_„_ c .. . . - .. . ,f|hy a left-hander set by Eddie year. Stigman. gaming his ninth 1 ™ k victory compared to three de-i San Francisco (Sanford 17-6) at San Jose Wins Little League ti excellent control, walking none and striking out seven. uso gave up an opening but set,"™tn^st^;""* T. -*w *,. rih „ «.=,. .1 T, • j Aaron s homer was his 3oth and «ay as the Twins snapped a marked , he ^ straiRn( game ,„ which he has hit saiely. Hubbs handled three chances to give him 68 successive errorless games and left him five short of the major league mark of 73 by Bobby Doerr of, the Boston Red Sox in 1948. Orioles-Yankees BALTIMORE (AP)-The Baltimore Orioles spotted the league- leading New York Yankees a 4-0 lead Saturday but came roaring back for an 8^ victory in the opener of a day-night doubleheader. The Orioles rallied for six runs Tigers-Senators DETROIT (APi-A six-run rally in the eighth inning enabled the Detroit Tigers to overcome the with two out in the" sixth inning" Washington Senators' early five- pounding out seven consecutive lun ' pa(l and tum in a 7 "' vic " hits—three by pinch hitters. Two! tory Saturday. more Baltimore runs scored in' Steve Hami 'ton was breezing the eight. jwith a two-hitter before the Tigers i drove him out of the box in the I eighth. j Chico Fernandez' t h r c e-run I homer cut the Washington lead I to 5-4. Successive singles by Vic iWertz, Norm Cash and Dick Mc- (Aulife plus a wild pitch by loser 'Jim Hannan accounted for the 0- ! nal three runs. FP 8th Grade Gridders To Report Monday White Sox-Angels Local Team Wins FREEPORT (Sp) - All eighth grade football players at Freeport Junior High School are requested by coaches Bob Jackson and Ed; Tisdel to report to the school Mon- j LOS ANGELES (AP) - The day. ; Chicago White Sox scored three The boys are asked by the!™" 5 witnout a n 't in the first in- c-oaches to report to the FP Jun-l nins ' then "n' 0311 ^ a ha" dozen ior High Field House at 4 p m i extra-base hits and belted the Los Monday. '; Angeles Angels 9-2 Saturday. I The loss was the fourth for the i Angels in their last five games land it left them just one per\^ centage point ahead of the third- HOUSTON (Spi —The Freeport place Minnesota Twins. -Lake Jackson team of the Der- ( Right-hander Ed Fisher went ringer Softball League, a slate- 1 seven innings for Chicago and wide league of 2,200 boy& super- scored his seventh victory' in 11 vised by the Church of Jesus decisions. Fisher, who has a 4-0 Christ of Latter-Day Saints, par- 1 record against Los Angeles, gave ticipated in the Regional Tourna-:up nine hits, including Billy Mor- ment in Houston Tuesday. an's 16th home run. In the first game, the Brazos- Angel starter Bo Belinxky port team defeated Pasadena 15-1 walked the first three men he 14 and in the afternoon game, the;faced in the first inning. Belin- Brazosporters beat Bay town 2-0.' sky, touched for four of Chicago's These victories put the BP boys!nine hits, lasted four innings and in the regional championship fi-jtook his seventh loss in 15 deci- nals on Thursday. isions. «IIXIA.MSI'ORT. Pa. (AP) — Ted Campbell, » 8-foot-l. 210 pound 12-year-old, pitched n m>- hitler Saturday an San Jose, Calif., non the 16th Little I/eague World Series \\1th n 3-0 victory over Kankakee, III. Two unearned runs and a towering hnmer hy RaiiRhe Takaha nccounterl for the scoring. At the. final out, with both team* break- Ing out In tears, It was difficult to dintlnKuish Ihe nlnnen from th<> tmcTs. A crowd of Mime 20,000 jammed the Kcaled-dnwn park HP I surrounding hillside* for the 6- Inning climax of the week-long, eight team scries. It was the second consecutive victory for a California team. El Cajon won the tide last year. Kankakee ha.i been In the series three times without a title. Complied, looking like a basketball center at a midget's convention, cllenced the Knnka- kee leani with slow breaking pitches. He struck nut It unrj •iilv I. Only one ball wan hit to the outfield. Enjoy a Golden Holiday in Brownsville, Texas * a* luxunous You'll find •*trytlil»« «n4*r tk, vit fei fun and recroatln « the Holiday Inn In Irewntvlll* . . . th. beach ... Old M.ilto . . . golf . . . private clubi . . . •Ightclubt . . . and a warm welcome. Includ. a trip to M.ilco. You'll low Itl 7705 bubal Bhd. • bomiitillt, Tent Highway 77 and 13 at Brouiuuille City Limitl Ux* MW • Tdttn* fcororilt. TH. 007 t Sol* Prlcei qood now throuqh September 8th. or until lupplloi ore onhouttod! Pro Dpubl* Duty TOOTH BRUSHES Adulli Reg. 89o O CI 1O Value L fo , I. IV Childi Reg. (9c V.lue REGULAR 35e KLEENEX TISSUES 4 Boxes For 98c While They Lostl SUNGLASSES 20% OFF SHAMPOO 20% OFF RAY-O-VAC BATTERIES & FLASHLIGHTS 40% OFF See Our Many Order Specials & Gift Merchandise GARRETTS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PHONE BEACHWAY SHOPPING CENTER Kids Krusade THERE WILL AT First Assembly of God Church FOURTH & CHERRY FREEPORT AUGUST 26th through SEPTEMBER 2nd. 7:00 P.M. Monday Through Friday — 11;00 A.M. Sundayi ALL IOYS AND GIRLS YOU COME — HANDCRAFT — — SONGS — oimcTiD ir Rtv. Iv»ly« Y«af» Aad DauqliKri BETWEEN AGES 4 and 14 ALL COME * RiV. MRS. [VIIYN YEATS Galvttton, Ttfxat — STORIES — SNOW CONES — SINOINO DIRECTED IY Mill Joyc. Y«oli I. C. ALLEN—PaiTOr

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