The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 11, 1963 · Page 3
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Bowling Roundup No Wonder This Team Is On Top You can't knock a team like Pepsi-Cola out of first place when its members bowl as they did last night. The Pepsi men in the Classic League at the Ottawa Bowl scored a 2,769 series to beat Kitty Clover, 3-1. Leading the Pepsimen were Estes Says He's Working For Christ CLEVELAND (AP) - Billie Sol Estes says he used to spend most of his time "worrying about building an empire" but now is happier because "I have time to work for Christ." The onetime financial titan said he has not done any wrong intentionally and that he is not worried about his forthcomig federal trial or the possibility of going to jail on a swindling conviction in a Texas court. Estes is free on $5,000 bond pending appeal of his conviction late last year at Tyler, Tex. He appeared Thursday night at the Addison Road Church of Christ. The pastor asked Estes to come here after learning the Texan was in Toledo earlier in the week as a guest of the Rev. Floyd Rose, a friend of Estes. Estes told a newsman he felt God had justified him, "and that's all that counts with me." He goes on trial in a federal court March 11 on charges including mail fraud and conspiracy. R. Johnson, with 199-214-201-«14, and Ralph Kampschroeder with a 597 which included a 233 line. Ottawa Bowl, one of the top challengers in the league, beat Pence, 4-0. The second half of the AMF League race, at the Royal T looks like anybody's at this point. Conrad's Painters won the first half with a rousing finish. Litwin's is ahead so far ths second half with a 6-2 mark after beating Pepsi-Cola, one of the first- half powers, 3-1, last night. Conrad's beat Peterson's Masonry, 31, for a 5-3 mark. The best individual effort in the AMF League was A. Beets' 552 for Conrad's. Pat Kramer showed that her husband, Homer, isn't the only bowler in the family by rolling a 500 on lines of 165-162-174 for top- place Budge's Hardware in the Thursday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl. Maxine Ainsworth scored a 494 for Beautyland which lost, 3-1, to Bienie's Garage. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl Leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here are team results and high individual scores in the AMF League: Bine Moon—2 High 10 — J. Moody ft H. Yost, 190 High 30 — J. Sauer, 480 Colbert!'*—2 High 10-30 — L. Lemon, 192-496 Conrad'i Painters—.1 High 10-30 — A. Beets, 209-552 Peterson Maaonrj-—1 High 10-30 — C. Downing, 183-479 Lltwlns—3 High 10-30 — Mudrick, 200-540 Pepii Col*—1 High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, 196-523 Dutch Boy Palnti—3 High 10-30 — T. HJatt, 177-511 Cheney'* Markets—1 High 10-30 — Q. Honn, 189-456 Brlcoe Drag!—3 High 10-30 — J. KimbreJ, 215-543 Brown's Hardware—1 High 10 — Hartrick 171 High 30 — Humerickhouse, 487 Swimmer Top Female Athlete NEW YORK (AP)-Australia's Dawn Fraser, the first woman to break the one minute barrier for the 100-meter swim, today was named Female Athlete of the Year for 1962 in the annual yearend poll of the Associated Press. At the ripe old age of 25, when most women swimmers long have quit competition for weekend dips, the tall Melbourne blonde scored her breakthrough by churning 110 yards in 59.9 seconds in the Australian trials for the British Empire Games last October. This broke her own world record of 60 seconds for the 110 yards and 100 meters (109 yards, 1 foot, 1 inch). Then in the race for the gold medal in the Empire Games at Perth, the strapping champion lowered her mark for 110 yards and 100 meters to 59.6 seconds. Miss Fraser, a staff supervisor in the fashion department of a large retail store in Melbourne, succeeds the fabulous Wilma Rudolph, winner of the Athlete of the Year trophy in 1960 and 1961. Wondrous Wilma, still the world's fastest female sprinter, was a close second this time. Marion Ladewig, the attractive, 48-year-old bowling grandmother and champion from Grand Rapids, Mich., was third; Darlene Hard, top-ranking American women's tennis player was fourth, and Margaret Smith, Australia's outstanding tennis star, was fifth. Miss Fraser received 78 first place votes and 377 points (3-2-1 basis) from a national panel of 280 sports writers and sportscasters who participated in the poll. Miss Rudolph, recently named to head the AAU's All America track and field team, received 66 first place votes and 333 points. Mrs. Ladewig collected 175 points, Miss Hard 167 and Miss Smith 119. Pomona Work Among Area River Projects KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Army Engineers have a $38 million spending schedule on military and river projects in Kansas in 1963. Col. A. P. Rollins Jr., Kansas City district engineer, detailed the program Thursday at the annual meeting of the Kansas Contractors Association. The outlay includes $11.5 million for military projects and $26.5 for civil works. Of the latter, $10 million will be supervised by the district office in Tulsa. In the Kansas City district, the expenditure of $28 million compares with $25,811,870 spent during 1962. The district engineer urged contractors to promote a better safety climate on their jobs, pointing out that since last July 1 there had been three fatal accidents, 25,000 days lost time and $14,000 property damage on such proj - ects. Rollins gave the following break down on 1963 civil works projects in Kansas: Turtle Creek Dam — Virtually completed, operational by late spring. Pomona Reservoir — Second stage clearing projects to be advertised in April at cost of $150,000-$200,000. Other construction to be offered about same time with costs of $150,000-$200,000. Milford Reservoir—County road construction in Geary and Dickinson counties to be advertised in June or July at cost of $1 to $1.5 million; also cemetery relocations at $50,000-$100,000. Wilson Dam—40 per cent completed, completion ahead of Sep- tember, 1965, scheduled date possible. Perry Reservoir—Land acquisition and construction of access roads and some administrative facilities to start this year with $750,000 now available. Topeka—Stage 1 on flood control on North Topeka, channel improvement and levee work to start soon as rights-of-way obtained; costs estimated $1-1.5 million. Kansas Citys—Open bids Jan. 24 on Blue River levee and drainage work at costs of $75,000-$100,000. Ft. Leavenworth — New water supply for prison honor farm to be advertised this month at $100,000-$200,000 cost; removal of old Two Die In Small Plane BOLIVAR, Mo. (AP) - A light plane, flying low in foggy darkness Thursday night, clipped a tree and crashed near a farmhouse, killing two 18-year-old youths aboard. The dead were the pilot, Monte Zumbrum, of Bolivar, and Larry Burton of Cisco, 111., a student at Southwest Baptist College in Bolivar. The plane was owned by the pilot's father, Dr. W. F. Zumbrum Bolivar osteopath. Coroner Paul Butler said the youths had been up about a half- hour when the plane broke off a tree 10 inches in diameter, 15 feet above the ground. The tree was 150 feet from the home of Fred Hendershot, seven miles northwest of Bolivar. bridge to be advertised in May at cost of $200,000-$300,000. John Redmond Dam—About 60 per cent complete. Clearing and relocation of Lyons County roads to be let this year at cost of more than $2 million. Elk City Dam— About 10 per cent complete. Outlet works, embankment and road. work to be let this year at cost of $8.5 million. Rollins said military construction in Kansas provides for: Schilling AFB, Salina — Emergency power facility to be advertised in May at cost of $70,000$90,000. Ft. Riley—Bids opened Thursday on fuel storage dispensary. Contracts to be advertised in October or November for enlisted men's barracks and mess at cost of $750,000 and chapel center at cost of $500,000. Ft. Leavenworth— Contracts to be advertised in March or April for 52 non-commissioned officers family quarters at cost of more than $750,000; in October or November for $750,000 chapel, $300,000 parole barracks and mess, $350,000-$400,000 office and display room, $150,000-$200,000 water storage tank and $40,000-$50,000 boil plant improvements. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvas Repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES 826 Ash CH 2-3243 WSCS Will Give Money To College CINCINNATI (AP) -The Women's Society of Christian Service voted Thursday night to spend up to $1,250,000 in the next five years to strengthen National College, a Methodist school at Kansas City. The society, made up of almost 1.8 million Methodist women, also pledged $500,000 to help finance a five-year special program of Christian literature production in 54 countries. The program is sponsored by the Committee on World THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, January 11, 1963 Literacy and Christian Literature, The women's division has been supporting National College at the rate of $100,000 a year. It author* ized spending up to $750,000 extra in a five-year period while keeping up the regular assistance. Dr. Harold E. 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