The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 30, 1961 · Page 2
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•iir ligi Monday, January 30, 1961 TED WILLIAMS REACHES .408 IN SEASON FINALE By JOE KE1CBLER |tt was the last day of the wasrn. The toll carried -100 feet and and BEN OLA.N jand the Red Sox wore schcdul":! was one of the longest shots Ted Undoubtedly the .creates! bats-i to P !a - v a doubleheader with Phil- had ever hit. When lie stepped : man of his 'time was the tnlij adelphia. Williams came to baija third time, Connie Mack de- powerfui Oiick - u-risted "hand- " 1C f' n:l ' ^ av xv ' ln bis a vcrag"'cided to make tilings a little hard- some sometimes wonderful" a l-! sUinri ' n S «t exactly .400. The news-; er for him liy bringing in a left- ways 'controversial Theodore Sam- ! papers speculated whether \Vil- , handor. Porter Vauphan. Williams uef Williams " iiiams would sit out (ho last day \ 's'tnasfuvJ Vaughan's third pitch T V. , ,. >so as to be assured of finishhr: : back through the box for this Love hi™ or hate him you :(he )n w . j{h n M avera5re . ' ; , hird straight hit. And later on. can t overlook the iindomab.o far Cronjn ^ Rfi(J Sox ni , n . wilh V auchan still pitching. Ted that this great batter, whose pens'- ia apDroach ed Ted before Hi- came up 'with his fourth hit in a werful wrist snap revolutionized , { .- • ^ ,, Wiat ^ S :, v . :row . a i ine single over the first the art of hitting accomplished | T ^ r . hCronin nsKed hinl ..j,.,. U! , ;basoman . s hcad . • some wondcrail things smeo the into the major ,, 0 VQU day h P came leagues in 1^,.9. i .. r!! piny, His .406 average of i9!l still 'hesitatingly. stands as the last one to exceed j^y sa yi/ ls .400: he won the batting champion- v^.-. door/' you want to play or fit' Tod came up once more in ! first same and reached first on an Williams said un-.!error by the second baseman. '! don't want .any-;With four hits in five times at got in through the; bat. Williams was in clover. Now __ i surely ho could sit out the second ship six times and the American "xeri's challense to the .400 f jgame with honor. But he did not. League's Most Valuable Player | brought out a t-od crowd of ;(!.-: He insisted on playing, and he award twice. His life-time average;QQQ philadelphians that cold, damn;got a single and a savage double of .344 is the highest in a .wwr-j afternoon. Williams responded (in three times at bat. For the ation. His 521 home runs is upj^-jth a great show. {entire day, he had been at bat amonc: the top. All this despite; jjj s f[ rsr t .j nlc U p t -ped singled j eight limes and collected six hits. the fact thai injuries and army i sharply to right off Dick Fowler, j His batting average for the sea- sen-ice time cost Ted the equiv-j a right-hander. His second time > son was a glittering .406. alent of six full seasons with t'ie| U p ant j st jn f ac jng Fowler, Ted i Truly. Ted Williams will go Boston Red Sox. There is no tell-j' oxp ioded his thirty-seventh home;down 'in histoiy as one of the ing what sort of records he might j ^ over t } ie rjr-hf fj e id wall and; immortals of baseball history. If have hung up if be could havei ou t 0 { .v, e park. iyou saw him hit, you know why. played those six seasons. ] Ted's greatest year, of course.; was in 19-11 when he batted.403 to become the first major leaguer i to achieve a better-than-.400 batting average since Bill Terry hadj done it for the Giants in 1930-j and the first American Loa"uor| to do it since Harry Heilmann hit j -.*B for the Tigers in 1923. ! The day Ted recalls with great- j est satisfaction is Sept. 2S, Uteracy Session ^en To Church And Civic Groups Civic proups or church organizations interested in sponsoring a community project are invited to send representatives to a literacy .workshop scheduled Monday atj I'.he First Baptist Church in Cros-j |by. | The workshop will be conducted i by Robert C. Likins, assistant director of the Baylor University jLiteracy .Center. It sponsored in this area by the San Jaeinto Baptist Woman's Missionary Union. Any man or woman interested in teaching illiterate adults to read is invited to the session scheduled for T p.m. Monday. j Likins will demonstrate meth- | ods of teaching the reading course land point out a system of finding i those in the community who are in need of this service. An earlier session began at 2 p.m. Mrs. Charles Gates, associa- Oonal WMU president, will pre- Bob Hope, Lucille Ball Star In 'Facts Of Life' Frolicking and joking in a tin- hilurious film "bout life- in For Washable inks... ... tttU rUHtMr fl nn- HJMBtOI Mi Vitl Mt harm tttft ftfitttt fafaritt. Quick a.!.' 1. MOIJTEH Z. BRUSH 3. ttMOVE •*»t rwnmr — I»B| filling. mathernes 207-2If West Pearce DRIVC IN THJUi TUESDAY • 8 COLOR HITS 2 • PORT MONDAY - TUESDAY COLOR .CANDY MOORE-BEN JOHNSON JESSE WHITE „ OW«PY»,i)a Adults 80c - Students 60c Children 25c TED WILLIAMS, SCOURGE OF AL PITCHCVO Liquor Control Board Asks Money Increase AUSTIN (AP>—The Liquor Control Board administrator, in re-i questing more money for his de-j partiT.Rnt. said today his agents are shot at so Often it's difficult for them to get automobile insurance. Coke Stevenson Jr. told the subcommittee of the. Senate finance commiiU-e his agents are required to furnish their own cars. He said bootlrcgers have shot up many of the automobile^. Stevenson ur;zed that his department be given standard longevity pay. He said they run the same risk as highway patrolmen yet do not receive the automatic pay increases after a certain period of service. He P!SO asked for 18 more inspectors and seven more tax collectors to handle the ports of entry which now are in business 24 hours a day. Crouching Policemen | Arrest Gas Siphoners WILMINGTON, Calif. (AP> — Two plaindothesmon crouched ! low in an unmarked police car, ! staked out on an investigation, hoard someone tampering with the auto. The officers stepped out — and 1 arrested Donald Nausley and Rob- jert Bi'nnrtt. both IS, who they ;said. were tryif? to siphon the (police car's gas. They were | booked on a charge of burglary ifrom auto. ur\iA/ Timu WWTW TUESDAY [SHUTRA •flMPIVOflVlt.Jft. OCEANS n THE39 STEPS „ KENNETH MOKE 1 TAIN* ELG HIT >0. S -THE SAO HORSE" David Unld Two Bank Applications Pending Before Group AUSTIN (AP)—The State Bank- ling Board will meet Thursday. j Banking Commissioner J. M. jFalkner said Saturday actio» is i pending on applications for state i banks in Coahoma and Hitchcock. (The board heard the applications 'Dec. 8 and at its last meeting, 'Jan. 5. decided to postpone action i until the February session. 1 The proposed First State Bank of Hitchcock is in Galveston County. TV Coahoma State Bank i would be in Howard County. a Harris Hews i Roundup | Houston Mayor Lewis Oiircr donics showing favoritism in crack-down on Sunday closing 'la«» in Houston n* charged in full-pa#e advertisempjit run in a tirwspaper by the Citizens Committee for the Several Days of Freedom. Three separate $as heater ac- ridwits rriticall.v injure t\vo Houston children and hurt one other, raisinK the total to five surh acclfieiilal burnings In hvo days. Several mmibors ot Harris County Commissioners Court ox- press opinion that proposed bill by Rep. Bob Eckhardt to create office of county fire marshal in four largest Texas counties is move in the right direction, but is not feasible at this time due to lack of money to finance a county fire office and staff. District Judge Thomas J. Stoval] -Jr. plans use of opaque projector in courtroom to «hov visual evidence such as records or picture* to the entire Jury at once. Month's trial ot project planned to determine If projector will save time In ^resenting evidence. Thirty members of Houston Protrress've Youth Association, 22 of them Negroes, are. refused service in Madlngs Drug Store No. 18, 2530 Crawford in Houston. Clarence (Jim Dandy) I-an- dry, :if,. charged with murder in Khotiftiii shooting of «lack Holllns, 28. at a 75th Street bar In Houston. Landry tells police they were both longshoremen and lived together. !«t had argument concerning a woman. Ten OM REPRINTS Of Any PtcMT« In The ft M»d« By BAVTOWTV PHOTO* Phone JTT NOW SHOWING Thru WEDNESDAY How Om, Lucy has fft/J proMem a6ovt ttobirfcandtfo tecs... AM1.TS Me W»e * CHILDREN* Funeral Notices GOODMAN Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Mary .Ella Goodman, 66. of 202 E. Lohit iwere to be held at 5 p.m. Monday I at Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. I Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Milford Cemetery iin Milford, Tex. A resident of Baytown 36 years. :Mrs. Goodman died Saturday morning in a Baylown hospital. She was a member of Memorial Baptist Church and Rebekah Lodge iNo. 453. i Rev. A. L. Jordan will officiate at the services. Rebekah core- monies \vill be conducted by Lodge Services are her husband. R. C. Goodman of Baytown: a son, Lt. Co!. John M. Goodman. Washington, D.C.; her mother. Mrs. J. H. Dean of Hill.«boro: a sister, Mrs. H. V. Ewrett of Dallas; three brother*. Gug Dean of Silver City, .N.M.. John Dean of Hiilnboro. and Ike Dean of Milford; end two : grandchildren, J. Clark Goodman of Falfurrias, Tex., and Robert J. ! Goodman of Washington. side at the day's meetings. Mrs. Gates and Likins both stressed that any group interested in this literacy project could attend the meeting. BOB HOPE and Lucille Ball, starring together in » film for the third time, are happily married In the film, "Facts of Life," but not to each other. A vacation trip throws them together and a love affair blossoms, resulting- in some of their funniest antics yet. The movie play* through Wednesday at the Brunson. « Gardner Resigns At Central Baptist The first piano manufactured in Rev. Dan F. Gardner resigned Sunday from his position as pastor of Central Baptist Church. The Gardners will be moving to Cleveland where he will assume the pastorate of the First Baptist the United States was made in Church. 1775 I Rev. Gardner's resignation will become effective Feb. 14, He will preach his final sermon as pastor of Central on Sunday, Feb. 12. He has been in Baytown four years. Rev. and Mrs. Gardner have four children, Cherri, Danna, Frank and Jack. comedy-drama written expressly for them, Bob Hope mid Lucille Ball star in "Facts of Life" playing through Wednesday at the Branson Theater. In the movie Bob plays the role of Larry Gilbert and Lucy portrays Kitty Weaver. Larry and Kitty have been married for 15 years, but not to each other. In fact, Kitty dislikes Larry intensely. Together \vitn Larry's wife Mary (Ruth Hussey), Kitty's husband Jack (Don DeFore) and another married couple, the Masons (Philip Ober and Marianne Stewart), the six attend all social functions and annually vacation together. At the last moment Larry's child develops a cold and Mary stays home to nurse him. Kitty's husband receives an emergency business call and cancels out, too. Consequently, Kitty and Larry are thrown together on the vacation trip to Acapulco with the Masons. On arrival they charter a fishing launch, but the Masons become ill and insist that Larry and Kitty go alone. Left to melr own resourses, each gets a new look at the other and a beautiful love affair gets underway. Serious undertones throughout suburbia I'uiplusi.v tlu; possibilities of extra-niiiriiiil rclalionshiplp^y bolwi'on "nelKl'lxirs" of tin- 411111-j muters 1 set. Produced by Nonium PanitniM and Mi'lvin Frank. "l-';u-t"i ot l.ifr" is ;i United Artists irliM.-v TilU- song. "Tb.. Farts of l.ilV" v,;is wriltf'ii by Jolinny MfiTrr am sung by Kydie U>nue Lawrence. anil Steve Tennessee Will Host Y ! ce President LBJ NASHVILLE (AP> — Gov. Buford Islington said today that Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson will address n Jefferson-Jacksoij linncr IHTO April 7. JuliMsoii. then n senator from Texas, opcncii his campaign for the prcsiiiciu-y with a speech here jlast July SO. The fioverno.i- said Johnson would be nivcn a Tennessee walking horse (luring his visit hero. Democrats from all over the South iit-f expected to attend the fundraising dinner. Where To Buy TVs and Air Conditioning KOVAR'S 221 E. TexM Ph. TO t-MM "Wo Service Johnson Asked To Dedicate Airport AUSTIN (AD— Viiv lYcsidciit Lyndon Johnson has b<vn invited to' make the dedicatory mldivss at the ribbon cutting ceriMiionies for Austin's new municipal airport building here April 'J2-W. TAXPAYERS Vote AGAINST NEW TAX BONDS TUESDAY, JAN. 31 Property Owners Association of Houston (Paid Pol. Adv.) DOUBLE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY WITH PURCHASE OF S2.50 OR MORE! PRICK «OOD MON.-TUH.-WID. MEADOWLAKE MARGARINE SIOUX BEE EXTRACT HONEY- LB. .LB. 19' 43' JAN. 39-J1-FII. 1 i VAI.U RI«HTS MMHY» TO LIMIT 25-FT. ROLL ^^ KAISER FOIL 33' RAINBO HAMBURGER 16-Oz. SLICED DILLS 25' Shopping It a BANQUET • IMP • CNICKIN • TURKEY • HAM • SAUSIURY STEAK "Just Heat 'n Eat" FOR ai-e*. 21-OZ. IHtIN* KlfT FKOZIN BLACKBERRIES • LACK «OLP flNIAPH-t OK GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 % WHIM« KltT FKOZfri PEAS KRAfT NATURAL SWJIS SLICED CHEESE JOHNtOH't KLIAR FLOOR WAX 1LACK OOLD PEANUT BUTTER ._... 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