The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 17, 1958 · Page 13
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Bill Cor urn, 63, D/es; Top Sports Figures Pay Tribute By ,l!M RENSIL Associated Pmt Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Bill conim, a small town boy who found fstrfc in New York end contentment in the blue grass of Kentucky, died Tuesday night at the age of 63. Cancer of the lung, complicated by pneumonia, ended his dual career of nationally syndicated sports columnist for the New York Journal American and president of Churchill Downs race track in Louisville, Ky. 'He died in New York's St.Luke's Hospital, but as always he did not miss a deadline, tie became critically ill over the weekend, and ironically the newspaper for which he worked will not carry his obituary today. Along with eight other metropolitan dailies, it has suspended publication because of a deliverers' strike. Max. Kase, sports editor of the Journal American, said today. conies as a great personal shock to me. There is nothing 1 can add to the wonderful record he has made as a man." Sports writers and sportsmen across the nation echoed Kase's feelings. Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, the famous 84-year-old horse racing trainer, said Corum's death was a great loss to racing. "There's nothing you can say about him that isn't real good. He was a writer." Born at Speed, Mo., July 20, 1895, Corum began building that reputation in 1925 when he joined the Journal American as a baseball writer. That was the, same year he saw his first Kentucky Derby, and he loved and praised the classic race for 3-year-olds so much that in 1949, when Col. Matt Winn died, he was the logical choice for the presidency of the tradition-steeped race track. Name Archie Moore Fighter of the Year By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK (AP)-Llght heavyweight champion Archie Moore, after 22 years of pro battling, today won the award he prized above all others—the Edward J. Neil Memorial plaque as Fighter of the Year. He was the unanimous pick of the Boxing Writers Assn. Ageless Archie, who celebrated another birthday (42, 45, 49) last Saturday, will share the honors with another old-timer, Broadcaster- writer Sam Taub, at the BWA's annual dinner early in January. Taub, a 72-year-old New Yorker and a pioneer boxing broadcaster, was chosen to receive the James J. Walker Memorial trophy "for long and meritorious service to boxing." "This is a dream come true," said Archie, "and makes it a big year all around." "I'm thrilled," Taub said. Moore fought what he himself called "the most sensational fight of my career" only last Wednesday night when he rallied from the brink of defeat to knock out Canada's Yvon Durelle in the llth round of a title bout. It was Archie's seventh defense of the crown he won six years ago from Joey Maxim. His knockout was the 127th of his 205-fight career and made him the all-time knockout champion of boxing. His record is 175-24-6. Taub, an effervescent little fellow, writes a boxing column for the Daily Sports Bulletin. His vivid radio accounts of the great fights of the 20s and 30s made him nationally known. The Neil plaque is named in memory of the former Associated Press sports writer who was killed in 1938 while serving as a war correspondent in Spain. The Walker trophy is named for the late mayor of New York. Corum continued in his sports writing job, but toe two months each spring he went to the blue grass Country to conduct the spring meeting of which the Derby is the premier attraction. William H. Veeneman, chairman of the board of Churchill Downs, said no thought has been given to a successor. Corum first entered the hospital during the World Series in October but was discharged last month. He re-entered the hospital last week. Corum's wife died in 1953. He is survived by his mother, brother Clayton, and a son, Robert, in the Army and stationed at Ft.Bragg, N.C. Corum attended school at Boonville, Mo., Wentworth Military Academy at Lexington, Mo., and the University of Missouri. He received his degree from Missouri while serving in France during World War I. He was the youngest combat major in the war, re ceiving .bis commission at the age of 23 with the 101st Infantry, Regiment, 26th Division. Conference Victory for Dubuque Quint By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dubuque won an Iowa Conference basketball game the hard way Tuesday night when Bruce Meriwether, with only three seconds of an overtime left, fired the winning basket from 20 feet out to beat Wartburg, 63-64 at Waverly. It was one of the two league contests on schedule for the night. In the other Parsons pulled past Iowa Wesleyan, 59-52 at Fairfield. Dubuque trailed 31-24 at halftime but edged ahead until Gil Wessels of Wartburg sent the game into overtime, 55-55, with a BOWLING AUSTIN IOWL .......«...«. v »i KtBAOVB . Pabrt B1U« Ribbon, 951 857 944~S7$3 Mike'* fiat 009 935 943—3786 Austin Grain Do. ...MO 854 Wiht. 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W. Tapager 784 818 837—2439 Robins ...734745722—2261 Bunny Bread 703 768 773—2244 Vlnces Stage Bar . .705 869 820—2304 Dexter 756 664 698—2288 Kopet Accordion ....675 711 761—214' Ankeny's Dlst. Co. 677 672 707—2056 Nloolfl Oarage 668 728 680—2076 AMVETS LEAGUE Japan ..» 795770703—2268 Belgium .......754742692—2188 Germany 813 658 734—2205 France 724758798—2280 Italy 622743664—2029 Ouam 636734665—2035 Korea 722835772—2329 Panama 778754774—2306 Hawaii 723683763—2169 Bataan 784797750—233 METROPOLITAN LEAGUE Log Cabin Inn 839 898 85&—2592 Kimjnt-TV 728798718—2243 Sterling State Bank 791 805 805—240! Miller Real Estate . .776 654 805—2235 jump shot Dubuque fell I behind \ £*£.%$?• .".'.SB S StSK again in the after piece but Ken-! Kaus ^ ......... 8 07 806 740-2353 ny Gore narrowed the margin at Johnson casnway ..653748829—2540 64-63 and Meriwether tossed in the deciding shot. The outcome left both teams with 5-1 records for the season. your finger makes home movies AMAZING NEW BOLEX / compumatic BOUBX PUT THB "•LBCTKIO KVB MHINPTHB l«M» WHIR! IT MUONOSI •/acfr/c «y« behind lens now show* perfect exposure for exact scene the lens sees. Bowling s Top Five ECHO FLYERS L,. Brandt 597 R. Sellers 59 E. Kilgore •• 58 H. Brandt 57 D. Kautz AMVETS LEAGUE L. Smiaek 606 W. Volgt, 53 D. Morgan 54 H. Jarvls 520 E. Hackensmlth 50 METROPOLITAN LEAGUE O. Mulky 577 R. Thompson 57 V. DeVrlendt 54 P. Ocraghty 52 R. Krebsbach 50 RECREATION LEAGUE A. Anderson 628 A. Skogebo Won't Quit Missouri Says Coach Devine COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Foot- jail Coach Dan Devine said today he has been 'approached about other coaching jobs but "at this time I have no intent whatsoever of leaving the University of Missouri." The St. Louis Clone-Democrat said in today's edition that Devine had been offered a contract to replace resigned head Coach Tom-!^- sellers ssi 1C. Otterstrom 58C my Mont at the University of Maryland. The newspaper didn't reveal its course. TEMPERATURES" Alexandria Jemidji Intl Falls itedwood Falls Hochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crosse Madison Mason City Rapid City Calgary Regina Winnipeg Albany, snow Albuquerque, clear Anchorage, cloudy Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boston, snow Buffalo, Cloudy Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear Des Moines, clear Detroit, snow Fort Worth, clear Helena, cloudy Indianapolis, cloudy Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, clear Louisville, cloudy Memphis, clear Miami, rain Milwaukee, clear Mpls.-St. Pal, clear New Orleans, clear New York, cloudy H L Pet. 36 -4 T 15 -11 .02 7 42 39 37 15 38 35 38 -13 3 5 0 -2 9 17 6 .26 •19 26 44 36 30 5 24 .23 .08 7 -8 9 55 35 30 21 ,38 52 28 42 16 26 17 T 21 18 .03 3ti 24 31 23 57 26 41 17 29 20 T 63 35 44 28 39 32 51 39 82 58 42 31 50 35 70 68 1.56 35 19 40 4 54 32 31 24 Oklahoma City, cloudy 57 29 Omaha, clear 53 26 Philadelphia, cloudy 28 22 Phoenix, clear 73 42 Pittsburgh, cloudy 25 10 Portland, Me., cloudy 26 11 Portland, Ore., clear 47 35 .04 Rapid City, clear 49 26 Richmond, clear 38 14 St. Louis, cloudy 50 37 Salt Lake City, clear 43 25 San Diego, clear 81 50 San Francisco, clear 67 52 Seattle, cloudy 53 42 Tampa, cloudy 62 50 Washington, clear 33 25 (T - Trace) H. Johnson 57 MERCHANTS LEAGUE J. Bellrtchard 58" D. Knowlton ......................554 C. Pratt 52 Camm , 51 K. Brunson ..50 TV Ring Test for Perkins WASHINGTON (AP) — Youn Eddie Perkins, back on televisio for the second time in five weeks meets veteran Baby Vasquez to night in a 10-round lightweigh bout in Capitol Arena. Perkins outpointed another mor experienced hand, ^Frankie Ryf: in his TV debut las't month but i rated a slight underdog to Vas quez. Boxing fans may see how it a! turns out on the usual Wednesda TV fight hookup (ABC, 9 p. m CST). Vasquez, 27, is lightweight cham pion of Mexico and has won 52 o s 68 fights. Perkins, 21-year-old Chicagoan hadn't beaten anyone of prom nence until he disrupted Ryff comeback plans. In two years o fighting professionally, Perkin has won 12 and lost 4. TUTTLE SIGNED KANSAS CITY Ul — Bill Tu tie, centerfielder, Tuesday becam the first of the Kansas City Att letics to sign his 1959 baseball contract. Terms were not disclosed. KELL REPLACES OTT DETROIT, Mich. M — The Detroit Tigers Tuesday added former infielder George Kell to their broadcasting staff, replacing Mell Ott who died of auto accident injuries last month. LOYOLA WINS CHICAGO W) — Loyola of Chicago, pressed all the way, remained undefeated Tuesday night after a 74-71 victory over Drake- its fifth victim of the season. SAND FOR SNOW . — Although winter's first big blizzard brought snow to much of the nation, Alda and Melba Wiley, twins, manage to get along very well without it at Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Well-waxed water skis work fine on sand. S: Hickey Says 49ers Can Win With By HAROLD V. STREETER SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — How- ird (Red) Hickey, new head coach f the San Francisco 49ers, fore- ees the first National Football .eague title in the club's history is not too far off—if he can sur- ound himself with players' and assistants who have lots of desire. That's just what he is going after, said the man who has oached the backs and ends. He was elevated Tuesday to the spot vacated by Frankie Albert because boos of the fans were up- etting Albert's family. 3ig Farewell Party for Iowa Gridders CEDAR RAPIDS UP) — Farewell festivities were on tap at the Cedar Rapids Airport today in a ;ala reception for members of the Iowa football team and others n the official Rose Bowl party caving for California. While two chartered United Airlines planes waited to take the party of 124 persons airborne events in charge of Cedar Rapids Mayor Jim Meaghan were beamec for a grand sendoff. Mayor Louis Loria of Iowa City and the mayors of surrounding communities were invited to take part in the festivities which began in Iowa City where the party assembled at the university field- house to board chartered buses for the trip here. The two planes were scheduled to leave the, airport a half hour apart starting at 8 a.m. and were due to land at Burbank, Calif, starting at 1:45 p.m. Bears Want Look at Iowa Offense BERKELEY, Calif. UPI — Call fornia's Golden Bears will have to wait until Monday to get a look at the football offense they can expect from Iowa in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. The Bears have been hollering for a look at Iowa's high scorini plays but Coach Pete Elliott has insisted they first work hard on fundamentals and their own basic defense. He has movies of Hawk eyes games. The squad will practice also Wednesday and Thursday — mat ing three days in a row in an effort to work into top conditions It also will drill on Saturday. Girl Jumps off Apartment Roof to Death fffiW YORK (AP)-Mrs. Rosa Galvan came home from work Tuesday night to find her stepdaughter and a boy friend in the Galvans' apartment. After .an argument over the unidentified youth, police said, the girl, Carmen Galvan, 14, went to a window and climbed halfway out. The stepmother dissuaded her from jumping. The matter apparently settled, Mrs. Galvan left to do some shopping. The girl ran weeping to the roof, followed by three persons she passed on the stairway. On the roof of the lower East Side tenement, Carmen broke away from the neighbors and leaped over a rear parapet. She plunged five stories to her death. Legal Notice onnf,n roft neAftmo o* PETITION FOR SUMMAftt ASSIGNMENT OH DISTRIBUTION iTATE OF MINNESOTA, Uounty Ot Mower—M. . in Probaw court _ In the matter of the efttatt ot Arthur Anderson, Decedent. Ruth Anderson having {(led a petition m titu Court alleging that said decedent died intestate and that said estate consists only ot the homestead of said decedent and only uch personal property as is etempt from ail debts snd charge* in Probate court and praying for it mm- mary assignment or distribution o| said estate to the person* entitled thereto; IT IS ORDERED, That the heating thereof be had on the 30th day of December, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., be:ore this Court In the Probate Court Room In the Court House In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice of said hearing be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 1st, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. ( PROBATE COURT 8SAL) BAUDUER St BAUDLER Legal Notice The 41-year-old former University of Arkansas star end, who came up through the pro ranks as player and coach, said he's determined to have players who will go all out. And his assistants must be "people who are going o want to coach football all their lives," he added. A good indication of just how much desire means to Hickey: I'm not much of a platoon man. Sxcuse me for putting it this way, nit in my book you're either a 'isherman or a bait cutter." He's sold on his quarterbacks, Y. A. Tittle and John Brodie, "the jest one-two punch in football." Right now, he feels the 49ers have "the nucleus to become a winner." But he feels the club needs to draft new blood. He's willing to trade. And 49er scouts will be at every bowl game over the holidays, oh the alert for potential talent. What about the boos which bothered Albert's family? "When I married my high school sweetheart, she knew I was going to be a coach, if she didn't like it, then it's too late now. I don't tell her how to run her house and she doesn't tell me how to coach." Celtics Snap Win String for Nats By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Syracuse Nations of the National Basketball . Assn. are back down to earth today and the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks are still up in the air as to who wants first place in the Eastern Division. The Nats had their seven game winning string snapped by the Celtics, 108-104 in the first game of a Madison Square Garden doubleheader Tuesday night. The Knicks, who had to win to stay tied for first place, upended the Cincinnati Royals 118-106 in the nightcap of the New York feature. This was the only NBA action. LAST TOUCHDOWN John Kimbrough, former Texas Aggie star, ended his collegiate football career with a touchdown in the Cotton Bowl. Legal Notice NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADOPTION STATE OF MINNESOTA, County Of Mower—es In District Court, Fourteenth Judicial District. Petition of Aurello Garcia and An- tonla Garcia, his wife, to adopt De lores Agullar. To Mary Lou Agullar. Notice la hereby given that the hearing on the petition of Auerllo Garcia and An ton la Garcia, his wife to adopt Delores Agullar will be had before the above named court at the Mower County Court House In the City of Austin, County of Mower State of Minnesota, on January 16 1959, at 9:30 o'clock A.M. Dated November, 1958. BANQ, NIERENQARTEN ft HOVERSTEN Attorneys for Petitioners Wallace Building Austin, Minnesota Dec. 10, 17, 24 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATF STATE OP MINNESOTA. County O Mower—ss. In Probate Court In Re Estate of Bertha Enrlght, also known as Bertha O. Enrlght, De cedent. The representative of said estate having filed herein a petition to sel certain real estate described In said petition; IT Is ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 29th day of December, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate cour room In the court house In Austin Minnesota, and that notice hereof b given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mall ed notice as provided by law. Dated November 29th. 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PLUNKETT & PLUNKETT Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota File No. 11847 Dec. 3, 10, 17 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING AND SUMMONS STATE OF MINNEOSTA, County Of WATB . or MINNCSOTA. county *t Mower-*». tn Probit* Court * In Re Estate ot Henry tietfv Mct« • dent. _/•'•• * The representttM* et tni *tfc*» ; named estate iwing rued W* ItHi „ account and petition for fitttewetu * and allowance thereof and tot m* <• trtbution to the penotu iawronto "\ entitled; f IT is ORDKRDD. Thai MM nttfitt* *. thereof be had on tn* 9KH •"- *' December 1958, at 10 O'oioeK before thi» etoutt in tn* protttu room tn ttie court howw la itttttn, Minnesota, and that notlc* Bertof be given by publication of thW order in the Austin Daily Herald Aftd by mailed notice M provided by (Mr. Dated December l«t, 1858. PATJL^RlMBAtX J*. (PROBATE COUBT 81 , CATBERWOOD, HtJOHKB A AttttR* Attorney! for Petition** Austin, Minnesota Pile No. HS42 Dec. J, 10, It Legal Notice Mower—ss. In Juvenile Court In The Matter of Donna Marie Kruger and Danny Harry Krug«r, Dependent and Neglected Children. THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, TO Kenneth Kniger and Betty Lou Kruger, parents of said children, and Cetha Barnett, GREETING: WHEREAS, A verified petition has been filed In this Court alleging, among other things, that the above named children are dependent and neglected, IT IS ORDERED, That a hearing be had on said petition before this Court In the Probate Court Room, In the Court House in Austin, Minnesota, on the 12th day of January, 1959, at 1:30 o'clock In the afternoon, and that notice of this Order and Summons and of the fact "that In the event the Court makes a final order of commitment the children shall be subject to adoption and, In case of proceedings to adopt the children, no notice need be given the parents," ahaU be given to the persons above named by the service of this order upon each of them who reside within this County, personally, and upon the others, by mall, according to law. NOW, THEREFORE, TOU, Kenneth Kruger and Betty Lou Kruger, parents of said children, and Cetha Barnett, ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND COMMANDED to appear • In Court with said children at the time above stated. Dated December 15th, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Judge ORDER FOR REARING AND SUMMONS STATE OF MINNESOTA, COttnty Of Mower—«s. In Juvenile Court In the Matter of Linda Lou Hoi* gate and Sylvia Ann Holgate, Depen* dent and Neglected Children. THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, TO Betty Lou Kruger, mother of s»ld children; and Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Holgate, GREETING: WHEREAS, A verified petition ha* been filed In tills Court alleging, • among other things, that th« abOV« named chldren are dependent and neglected, IT IS ORDERED, That a hearing D» had on said petition before this Court in the Probate Court Room, itt tor Court House in Austin, Minnesota, on January 12th, 1959, at 1:30 o'clock In the afternoon, and that notice of this Order and Summons and of the fact "that in the event the Court makes a final order of commitment the children shall be subject to adoption and. In cose of proceedings to adopt the children, no notice need be given the parents," shall be given to the persons above named by the service of this order upon each of them who reside within this County, personally, and upon the others, by mail, accord* Ing to law. NOW, THEREFORE, TOU. Betty Lou Kruger, mother of said children;, and Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Holeate ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND COMMANDED to appear in Court with said children at the time above stat-' ed. Dated December 15th, 1958, PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Judge (COURT SEAL) Deo. 17, 24, 31 (COURT SEAL) Dec. IT, M, 11 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wedneiday, Dec. 17, '58 13 File No. 11826 • -rC~ | 4 i H Best idea of Dec. 3, 10, 17 Legal Notice ORDEH FOIl HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION STATE OF MINNESOTA, County Of Mower— ss. In Probate Court In Be Estate of Leo Meyer, Decedent. The representative of the above named eatate having filed hi* final account and petition (or settlement and Mlowance thereof and for distribution to the persona thereunto entitled: IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 5th day ot January, 1859, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the ;ourt house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and b; mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 8th, 1058. PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PHILIP RICHARDSON Attorney for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota Hjalmar Schacht, former Minister of Economics under Hitler, today receives a monthly pension of about $700. File No. 11711 Dec. 10, 17, M Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STATE OF MINNESOTA, Count; Ol Mower—M. tn Probate Court In Re Estate of Edna Teeter, also known as Edna I. Teeter, Decedent. The representative ot the above named estate having filed hU final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution tn the persons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED. That the bearing thereof be had on the 29th da; of December 19S8, at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court in the probate court room in the court house tn Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and b; mailed notice as provided bv law. Dated December 1st. 1S58. PAUL KIUBALL, JR. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT BEAD WALLACE O.' SIEH Attorney for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota ore J ^^ lco Pile No. 117M Deo. 3, 10, 17 Shaves with the exclusive! comfort of Rotary Blades I Closest shave yet! Contour skin-stretcher rim stands whfetars erect to be shaved below skin level! Easiest on the face! World-famous Rotwy Blades wWrt to one continuous motion... stroke off every whisker! __^_ m Easiest Jo live with! New high-speed, eool-nmnfng motor, T Lubricated for life. Quietest of all leading shavers. • Simplest to clean! Push button — and new flip-top T springs open. Whiskers empty in Just seconds. 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