The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee (2024)

An.wtr to Pftvlou. tW l1 NASHVILLI Sugar Gets Down to Work Pastrana Pick Table Talk Our-Of-Town Death Notices DAVIS Sunday, Dec. 23. 1958. it local Infirmary, Vernfr L.

DaHs. mIA 5 NT IOI I it fa ft CTCrWIM5 mmttm Iplslulel Smyrna, Tenn. Survived by wile. Mrs. Jewell Davis of Nashville: sons, James "n' 34.

1956, John Edmondson. as (1. died at Ooodall Clinic. Survived Over Norkus By MERCER BAILEY by one brother, Henry Edmondson two sisters. Miss Mary Eduiond-min, and Mrs.

Hal Hughev. Two IHUI TIT ff nieces. Miss Elizabeth Hunher. and Mrs Ann Lively. Three neohews.

Oeorge Hughey, Catesby Rucker all of Smyrna: Henry Rucaer of Nashville. Remains are at the Walter King Hoover Funeral 14TIAMI BEACH, Fla. CP) Willie Pustrano, a youngster eyeing the world's heavyweight boxing championship, is a 2-1 favorite to stall Charley Norkus' comeback campaign in their 10-round nationally televised bout at Miami Beach au litortuni tonight. The 20-year-old Pastrano, a native of New Orleans now living 4 Italian poet 5 Arrow poison 6 Breastbones 7 Secreted 8 Chicken remainder 9 Malt beverages 10 For fear that 11 Deprivation 17 Resident doctor in hospital 19 Corridor 23 Finished 24 Ages 25 Irritate 28 Sheriff's men 27 Weak B. Davn of New Orleans, Taltott Davis of Nashville.

Barllej Davis of Nashville, Oeorse Davis of Nashville. Stanley Davis of Ashland City: riaualiters, Mrs nillle Jean Underwood and Mrs. Elolse Cripps of Nashville: stepchildren. Bobby Baker. James Baker, and Reba Tje Rak-r of Nashville, mother, Mrs Emma Davis of Ashland City; brothers, Talmaae Davis ol Ashland City, Jet! DdVs ol Nashville.

Jimmy Davis. Uutnrle. sister. Mrs. Georgia Catinon of Ashland Mrs.

Thursey Harris and Mrs. Lllv Newman A-iiland L' ty. wven grandchildren, and two stci-grandchildren. Kenuins are at the chapel of I'tuus-Owrn Wood. 450S Charlotte ave.

Services from the Sylvan Park Kree Will Home where funeral services will be held Wednesday morning. Dee. It, 1958 at 10 30 am. conducted by is considered one of the in Miami, 28 South American country 29 Fruit drinks 31 Platitude 42 Fried soft-shell 43 Sun (prefix) 44 Sour Rev. W.

Smith. Pallbearers Charles Hodc. C. E. Sanders.

Clarence and Joe Edmondson. Roy Dru Away Wins finest heavyweight prospects ever developed in this area. He has flashing speed and a lot of boxing savvy and hasn't lost a fight since November, 1953, when he 33 Make amends 48 Region Price. Lee Victory. Malcolm Reacer, Robert Weakley, and Ben Johns.

Interment Maplevlew Cemetery. Walter King Hoover Funeral Home. Smyrna. Tnen. 38 Get free 47 Medley 48 Color dropped a decision to Italo Scor- 40 Pillages 41 Portents Dickson, Tenn.

Baousi cnurcn. wednesdav morn 50 Soft drink tichini while still a middleweight. ina at 10 clock, conducted I'V LI I Ht.R Dee. 25, 1956. at 3 Rev.

E. A. Crall. The following I Christmas 'Cap At Tropical Park will please serve as oailbearer Honorary: Members of the Youin Married Couolrs class and the Applicator Leasue class of the Sylvan Park Free Will Bapli-t church. Active: Charles ACROSS 1 Beverage container 4 Food container 8 Butter 12 Dined 13 Opposed 14 Bread spread 15 Operated 18 Want 18 Stage 20 Birds' homes 21 Cravat 22 Seines 24 Goes astray 28 Window part 27 Health resort 30 Market place 32 Arranged In folds 34 Changes 35 Whole 36 Observe 37 Employed 39 Burden 40 Falsehoods 41 United 42 Confusion 43 King Arthur's home 49 Liken again 51 High priest 52 Landed 53 Unclose 54 Moral fault 55 Offers 58 Green vegetables 57 Toper DOWN ITea 2 Western state 3 Enter a.m.

at a local clinic, w. E. Luther age 63 years. Survived by ilp. Mrs.

Helen Gonce Luther: 1 diiuchter, Mrs. Claude Martin Jr. ol Dickson: 3 sons, Etsar Luther Jr. and John Luther of Dickson. Harold Luther of Bhahran.

Saudi Arabia: Ills father J. T. Luther of Dickson: 2 brothers, A. Luther and J. T.

Luther Jr Fort Worth, Texas: 2 sisters. Mrs L. Pippin. Waynesville. Mo.

and Mrs. Urbane Elmore, Eag'evllle, sicpslsters, Mrs. S. W. Kinsworthv Norkus, unranked 28-year-old from Port Chester, N.

hasn't been very active the past two years. He boxed once in 1955 and this year has lost to Roy Harris and whipped Joe Rowan. Norkus isn't a stylish boxer but has a potent punch. In 41 professional fights since 1948, he has won 27 and lost 14 with 16 of his victories coming on knockouts. Bill Boyd, Henry Morgan.

Mab-j ron Broadway. Dennis Blanken-1 shin. R. H. White.

E. Bagwell.) and S. 3. Bargalze. Interment Woodlawn Memorial nark Petnis-i Owen te Wood.

CY 1 MIAMI, -UP) Dru Away, an raced to the most important triumph of his career when he won the $11,400 Christmas handicap before 13,138 at DICKENS Sunday niortnns. M. 156: at Mountain View Home Veterans hospital, Johnson City. Tenn Martin Dickena. Survived by wife.

Mrs. Padle Myers Dickens: 1 He numbers among his victims mm Tropical park yesterday. Roland Lastarza, Jimmy Walls The 4-year-old gelded son of i iz. ii I ii is io it a 19 in IT. 3 a J- rr 3a 5TT fir miTTTW jp WW I id mi sTTS" H9 SO SI 2 5 55 5J 51 I I I I I I 1 UL Cesar Brion and Charley Powell.

Both fighters expect to weigh in at about 196. Pastrano, ranked No. 3 among the heavies, has won 40, lost 4 and Etcadritla sped home two lengths clear of Castle Rock farm's Mr. First, runnerup to Nashua in the Monmouth handicap in October. Four lengths farther away was Bowen 6V Mauro's Fabricator, which in turn finished a neck before H.

P. Metcalf's Roman Romeo. Dru Away, owned and trained Mrs. W. D.

iDlxlei Gibbs; 3 sisters. Mrs. Nina Ferguson. Mrs, Bascom Withum, and Mrs. Maggie Butler, all of Indiana: 2 brothers.

Alley and Bob Dickens, both of Clinton, Ky. Remains rest at the luneral home of Phillips-Robinson where funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 12.30 o'clock. Active pallbearers-Luther Plercey. Porter Myera Wayne Downs. Tom Connor.

Jack Brooks, Luster Downs. Tennessee Military District will have charge of services at the grave. Interment National cemetery. Phillips-Robinson directors. had 4 draws.

Angelo Dundee, his 41 ft trainer, says he thinks the youngster is within reach of a ol Detroit: five grandchildren, David and Jonathan Davis and Sally Luther. Jennie Lou and Lee Mar- tin. The remains are at Dickson luneral home. Funeral servlcesl from the Walnut Sireet Church of Chrlit (thisi Dec. 26 at 3 p.m., conducted by Bro.

D. Ellis Walker, assisted by Rev. Hender-oi Barton of Nashville. Pallbearers, honorary: W. M.

Leech. J. W. Byrne, G. P.

Paulk, Tom Suggs, Henry Garrett. J. B. White. R.

L. Field. Marshal! Rutledge, C. E. Buttrey, Fland Taylor, Honer Ham-droff, J.

H. Clemmer. Edwin Walker. Robert Clemmer. V.

L. Hardin. Howard Ewing. Drs. Jess W.

Beas-ley, L. C. Jackson, W. J. Suggs, W.

A. Crosby, Allle Bibb, George Russell, Lee Mathls W. Ingram, C. F. Denlson, Wlllard Coleman, Llpe Henslee.

Robert Lee Littleton, F. O. Robinson, W. O. Hake, Qulnten Householder, Gov.

Frank Clement and Lynn Meeks of Nashville, A. W. Wllley, Phillip Bradley and Calvin Larklns. Active: Ed Meeks, R. L.

Nicks. Cliff Baker, Murray Stewart, Dade Duke. Marshall Field. Hugh Wynn. Ray Fielder.

Interment Union cemetery. Arrangements by Dickson funeral home. title bout with Floyd Patterson. "If the kid keeps on winning I by M. J.

(Mack) Rosenthal, who feel he will be fighting for the earlier saddled Wing Again to vic GILES Suddenly Monday morning, tory, was one of the outsiders in the field of nine. Ridden by Bobby Ussery, he paid $39.10. $14.20, and $6.30. His erhare of the purse was $7,775. Mr.

First paid $7.60 and $4.10. Mrs. S. O. Martin Fabricator, winner of the Ponce De Leon two weeks ago in which M.

F. Cole Dies; Dec. 24h, 1S5S. ueorge o. uues.

36 years of age. Survived by hus wife, Mrs. Martha Carothers Giles, two daughters, Oeorgie Ann and Jean Marie Giles, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. George B.

Giles. all of Nashville. The remain! are at the chapel of Bethurum-Henry Robinson, where funeral gervlces will be conducted Wednesday afternoon 2:30 o'clock by Elder J. M. Powell.

Elder J. L. Jackson and Rev. Fred Blankenshlp. The following friends will please serve as pallbearers: Honorary: Members of the Hiram I.nrize No.

7. Franklin Ma Dru Away was 13th, waa $3.20 to show. heavyweight title within a Dundee said. Pastrano has beaten such fighters as Rex Layne, Paddy Young, Bobby Dykes, Tony Johnson and Joey Maxim, This year he boxed a draw with Chuck Speiser, the No. 1 light heavy, then beat him in a return bout, and followed that with victories over Johnny Arthur and Pat McMurty.

Against McMurty, Pastrano injured his right hand and has been idle since that October bout. The fight will be telecast (WSIX-TV, Nashville) starting at 9 p.m. Lebanon. Tenn. Rosenthal, who hails from Louis Funeral services for Mrs.

S. O. Martin, 54, of 1410 Fifth who died at 3:10 a.m. yesterday at Baptist hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Roesch-Patton funeral home, 1715 Broadway.

G. L. Cullum will officiate and SMITH Early Tuesday morning at Wircplioto NEW YORK World middleweight boxing champion Sugar Ray Robinson works out at Wiley's gym in preparation for scheduled Jan. 2 title bout against challenger Gene Fullmer at Madison Square Garden. Sugar Ray will take a pre-fight physical today under supervision of the New York State Athletic Commission Chairman Julius Helfand.

ner nome on uawson Mrs. Rites Tomorrow Nora Esta Fields Smith, age 55 years, survived ny husband. I gene Smith: two sons, Howard Smith and Eugene Smith both sons. Elmer Duke. Jimmy Moss, burial will be in Spring Hill ceme of Lebanon; five sisters.

Mrs. Harvy Bonds. Murfreesboro. Mrs. Charley Martin Fairres Cole, 56.

Nash tery. ville car salesman, died yesterday Overton and Mrs. Will Harris both of Nashville. Mrs. Dan Heath.

Mrs. Martin, eriously ill for the past two weeks, had been in poor Bailey Franklin. Ewlng Nicholson. Billy 8mlth, Max Garten. O.

V. Vlvrette. Active: Edward Carothers, John Irvin, Tommy Craig. Wryland Alley. Fred Denham.

Ben i.i. interment Mt. Hope Ceme of a heart ailment at his home, 2923 Glenmeade drive. Funeral services will be at 2 Rockvale. and Mrs.

Marion Williams. Gladevllle: one brother, James Fields. Nashville: three neaitn lor nine years. ville, claimed Dru Away last spring at Churchill Downs for only $3,000. He has since won nine races and $32,180 with the horse.

The gelding had won 10 of 25 races in Ohio and Kentucky before coming to Florida. The choices in the Christmas handicap were Tussle Patch and Fabricator. Tussle Patch, breaking from No. 1 post, seemed to sulk, and finished eighth. Fabricator was fractious at the post and delayed the start about six minutes.

Ussery, who completed a double tery. Bethurum-Henry It Robinson Her husband, who survives, is an executive of Martin Tallow grandchildren. Remains are at p.m. tomorrow at the Philllps-Rob- Funeral Directors East Side Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock company, 101 VatuBuren st.

HANBERKY Dec. 35, 1958 at a local Mrs. Martin was the former Wednesday afternoon at the Lebanon Methodist church, conducted lntirmary, Mrs. iwanue u. ea SurvtuAn hv Ullie Mai Gatlin, daughter of Mrs, Pairings Set For Sugar Bowl by Rev.

W. D. Comperry and Rev, daughter, Mn. Albert J. McCoy of Glen Mlngledorf.

Pallbearers as Nora E. Yates Gatlin and the late Tom Gatlin. She was born in follows: Graydon Robinson, Harry France; aons. Major j. w.

nan-berry, O. S. Armed Forces In England and W. B. Hanberry.

Armed ei artHn IPInHHa 1 1I Harrison Fred Haney, Cornell Greer, O. E. Phllpot Sr. and Miles Scotteboro and educated in the Da Brown To Give TCU Stiff Test DALLAS UP) -Texas Christian has had backs to compare with him but it never has been called upon to face one with a more dangerous potentiality than Jim Brown of Syracuse will bring Into the Cotton bowl Jan. 1.

In 1955 Jim Swink was the big man for Texas Christian as he rolled up 1283 yards on 157 carries and came into the Cotton bowl seainst Mississippi given a chancei of breaking the record for rush- showing-the 165 vards he made vidson county public schools. rui iv a sv grandchildren. Remains at Tennis Meet McMlllen. Interment Lebanon cemetery. East Side Funeral Home, Lebanon, directors.

Mrs. Martin was a member of on Dru Away, sent his mount to the front at once and gradually moved away, winning with little effort. Mr. First, slow to find his Central Church of Christ, Ellis luaa lunerai nuiim, Nolensvllle rd. Complete arrangements will be made later.

Ellis Kldd Funeral Directors. AL 5-5412. Colored Death Notice NEW ORLEANS (IP) Pairings Survivors, in addition to her husband and mother, include two BROWN Monday afternoon, Dee. 24, best stride, closed with a rush on for the Sugar bowl's annual ten BARMAN At the residence, 2117 daughters, Mrs. Gladys LaMarr 1956 at his home.

Needmore Mount Juliet. Tenn Mr. Jackson the outside and was going well at cf Los Angeles, and Mlse Chloe Brown. Survived by daughter, Mrs Dotsha Waegoner: son. Mr.

Emmett nis tournament were announced by Chairman Douglas Watters after completion of the draw. Ellis Martin, Nashville; two eons, S. O. Martin Jr. and Raymond Brown.

Mt. Juliet; sister, Mrs. Rebecca Wharton: a host of great-grandchildren, nieces neDhews. daughter-in-law. Martin, of Nashville; a brother William T.

Gatlin, Nashville; four Play will begin Friday morning il. Mrs Pearl Brown: son-in-law. Mr. against West Virginia at the New Orleans Country club. George Waggoner, other relatives and friends.

His remains will be the end or the trip. Fabricator had his ueual turn of speed but faltered in the last quarter-mile. Dru Away covered the mile and a furlong in 1:50 15. Rosenthal now is Tropical's leading trainer, boasting seven winners. The weather was delightful for racing, but the turnout fell 7496 below the count of 20,634 on Christmas day a year ago.

Brown made 988 yards on 158 runs during a season of only eight sisters, Mrs. Ethel Jones, Mrs. Pearl Dye, Tullahoma. and Mrs Edgar Cawthon, Chicago. Twelve grandchildren also rarrlrri tn Williamson Chanel Seeded are U.

S. players Eddie Moylan and Bernard Bartzen, and foreign players Mervyn Rose, Nineteenth utc. iao. Ira Cornwell Harman. Husband of Mrs.

Tessle Santl Harman; two sons. J. Clifton Harman. Murray M. Herman; one daughter, Mrs.

H. Ward Pride; one step-son, John C. Santl two stepdaughters, Mrs. Buford Dowlen, Mrs. Alvin M.

Toddy; two listere, Mrs. Walter B. Moody. Mrs. Etta B.

Owynn; one brother, Albert P. Harman; nine grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren, all of Nashville. Honorary pallbearers: Edwin Cross Bible class. Pallbearers: Collins Thomas. C.

C. McTurff A. P. Harman T. Earl Harman.

Ben Jones, Tom Owynn, Kenneth Hus-sey. and Louis Harman. Services from Cosmopolitan chapel Wednesday, 2 p.m. Rev. Grady Wall.

Rev. I. W. Uernert. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery.

Remains st Cosmopolitan funeral home. games. That's an average of 124 C.M.E. church. Mt.

Juliet, this Wednesday evening after 6:30 o'clock. Funeral Thura. afternoon Australia, and Roger Becker, Eng and in a' 10-game schedule he would have been mighty close to what Swink did in 1955. land. The first round matches at 10 at 1:30 o'clock from aaia cnapei.

Conducted by Rev. J. H. Brltton. assisted by Rev.

Henry Dlbbrell. Interment. Oreenlawn cemetery. Protective Funeral 1 In charge. Miss M.

Wood! Jones, a.m. will bring together Moylan That record was 265 yards set by Dicky Moegle of Rice against Alabama In 1954. It also was ths ill-time record for a major bowl. Swink had a pood day but failed to approach Moegle'a fantastic mark. Now what of Brown, the big Negro All-America of Syracuse, who has had some great days, his best coming when he set a major collegiate scoring record of 43 points against Colgate.

He gained 325 yards that day, which, however, was 40 short of his best Newspaper Printing Corporation AGENT NASHVILLE BANNER Evtning THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN Morning-Sunday and Orlando Garrido, Cuban cham pion; Jose Aguero, Tulane, and Don Piatt, Canada; Becker and BRYANT Monday Dec. 24, 1956 at Pitt Arrives Brown also has a total offense record of 1062 yards because he passed for 76 yards. And he caught five passes for 56, inter-cepted four for 72 and scored 106 points. Art Lewis, West Virginia coach, ni-ai Mr.

Henry ury ant. Survived by wife. Mrs. Mamie tRatea Raton Annly tit All (Minified Martin F. Cole Dies from heart ailment Armando Vicira, Brazil.

The 11 a.m. matches pair Tom Church Bryant; one alster, Mn. JARRELL At the residence, 1821 A 1 1 1 a Gray. Nashville; one hrnthr. Mr.

Eugene Brvant: one Adrertlsing originating within a IftO-mlle radlu, of the City of Nashville.) Dally classified ads are published first 11th North, Sunday morning, In Jacksonville Dec. 23rd. 1956. Mrs. Mary Alice inson funeral home, 2707 Gallatin Brown San Francisco, and Bary McKay, Ann Arbor, Rose and Johann Kupferburger, daughter, Mrs.

Mary Pre. Fort Knox. eaves, sons. Messrs. Jarrell, mother of Jerry Lee Jarre al Chlcano.

111., daughter of in THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN and will be published again on the ame day tn THE NASHVILLE BANNER. called Brown "a marvel." Buff Donclll. coach of Boston university, said he was "the finest back Walker, Farri. Robert. Jamer Burnts.

and Henry C. Bryant al Arthur Hunter, sister of Mrs. H. B. For Gator Bow Soutn Africa; and Ricardo Bal- Mitchell.

Mrs. James H. wavson, of Nashville, Cleophus Bryant. publication tn the Sunday NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN la counted as one day biers, Chile, and Jerry Moss, Mi Oakland. Calif- on son-in-law, SAVE AT I have seen since Glenn Davis." Others compared his power to that road, with the Rev.

James A. Nunnery officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill cemetery. The body Us at the funeral home. Mr.

Cole was born In Robertson county, a son of William Thomas and Betty Jernigan Cole. ami. Sgt. 1st C. John C.

Pye. Fort Knox; aix daughtera-in-Iaw, Ruby Ger Leon and ltd ware Hunter, ail ol Nashville. Services 11 a.m. Wednesday, Cosmopolitan Funeral Home, Rev. Fred Stroud.

Nephews will serve as honorary pallbearers. JACKSONVILLE. Fla. UP) of Doc Blanchard, who was "Mr. At 1:30 Bartzen, Texas, meets trude.

Lydla, Dorthy. Elizabeth and 1 Day Sunday 55c Lino 1 Day Dally 55c Line 4 Days 34c Line 7 Days 30c Line Inside" of the great Army teams Beatrice Bryant au masnviiie four sisters-in-law. two brothers- Sid Schwartz, New York; and Gardnar Mulloy, Denver, meets that featured Davis as "Mr. Out Active: Billy Eartruy. Robert Har ria.

Gene Blackwood. Everette Wat Pittsburgh arrives today for the Gator bowl game and will start throwing and kicking football in Dally Rates Quoted Include Insertion side." Ron Holmburg, Tulane. in-law, four nieces, four nephews, 49 grandchildren, a host of relatives and friends. Remains will be son, Albert Mitchell and William Montgomery. Interment Bprlng Hill He left Nashville and moved to Evansville, Indiana in 1948 and then moved back here a year and In Both THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN, Morning, and THE NASHVILLE BANNER Evening Minimum Charge, 2 Lines.

at 1315 Twelfth ave. rnursaay Cemetery. Remains at Cosmopoll tan Funeral Home. Only one team came close to halting the 212-pound Manhasset, N. speedster.

Pitt held Brown evenim at i o'clock. Funeral serv KEEN AN Sunday afternoon, Dec. 23. Count Five Average (5-lettert Words to Epic King Wins ices Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Church of Christ. Fourteenth and Jackson street.

Brother O. H. Boatright officiating. Flower to 52 yards rushing. But he still almost earned his team a tie.

He the line The above rates apply to consecutive a half ago. He was a Methodist. Cole was a salesman with the Beaman Motor company at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife, Mrs, 1956. at 0 clock, at ine nome of her daughter, 724 Powers Mrs.

Rose McCarthy Keenan, age took a pass at his shoe tops and 81. widow of the late Nicholas Kee In Photo Finish Buy your Uninsured Motorist Covtfigo from girls and pallbearer! will be selected from friends of the family. Interment, family lot. Greenwood. K.

Gardner, funeral director. nan. Survived by daugmer, Mrs. galloped 20 yards to the Pitt four Insertions only Rlghta reserved to classify and index classified ads according to rules governing classified page. The Banner and The Tenneasean also Michael C.

Donovan: and son, in the fading minutes. But it was Thomas J. Keenan of Chattanooga. Rosabel Brinkley Cole, Nashville; a daughter, Mrs. Noel Link, Port CAKE Saturday, Dee.

22, 1956 at a reserve the right to revise or reject at NEW ORLEANS UP) George ruled he had trapped the pass. Pitt won 14-7. Hettinger piloted Epic King to a land; a son Robert Earl Cole, Nashville; a sister, Mrs. Luclan BILL COOPER and JIMMY FRISTOE 90 Stihlman lids. AL 4-1109 head victory in a three-horse photo Martin, Evansville; and three option any advertisem*nt wnicn aeemea objectionable either to subject, matter -phraseology Box Number address requires 4 words.

Notice of typographical errors must be given In time for correction before the second Insertion. Office Hours: Monday through finish in the $5,000 Christmas handicap at the Fair Grounds yes local hospital. Mrs. pearl Leslie Cake of 632 Nell survived three brothers. Mr Joe G.

James and Mr. Willie L. Worley. all of Memphis, one eister, Mrs. Ida Mae Duncan of St.

Louis. three sisters-in-law. Mesdames Minnie. Carrie and Hattle Worley of Memphis, many other relatives and friends: funeral services will brothers, Alvin Cole, Portland Tenn. Remain! are at Martin 209 Louise Ave.

Funeral Wednesday morning, Dec. 26. 1956, leaving at 9 o'clock. Requiem High Mass at the Church of the Holy Name at 9:30 o'clock. Joe Mogan, Patrick Curran, Pete Mulvihlll, Thomas Malone, Robert Meadors, Charles Ford, Charles Whltesides, Thomas Gerraty, Felix Wilson Joe Oehmlg James P.

Allen will serve as pallbearers. Martin's 209 Louise Ave. BR 7-12375. Brown gained 154 yards the day Syracuse beat Maryland 26-12. The entire Maryland team made only 153.

He scored 21 points at the Orangemen beat Boston 21-7. Ray Cole, Nashville, and Leverett terday. a hurry. Georgia Tech players assemble in Atlanta today and will come here tomorrow for the Saturday game. Both teams have been thinking, off and on, of such a meeting for nearly a year since Georgia Tech beat Pitt 7-0 in the Sugar bowl last Jan.

1. Pitt players have revenge in mind, Tech players want to prove that victory was no fluke and prove they have the better team. While attention is on the main event of Gator bowl week, other activities get under way today. A pro-amateur tournament opens the three-day Gator bowl golf tournament. The Gator bowl basketball tournament starts tomorrow night, Florida meeting South Carolina and Clemson meeting Georgia.

The third place game opens the Friday night session, with the championship game following. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Gunrod took second, a head In Friday. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, front of Speed Rouser. Cole, Minneapolis.

George B. Giles Jr. The Syracuse star also is a fine The favored Crown Marble took 8 a.m. to 12 noon; Sunday, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

conversion man (22 of 27) and he the lead at the start of the six KEY Tuesday. Dec. 25. 1956. at a in the NEW 1717 Witt End Offlot BulldlRC CONTACT: Sehittin-Cypriss Company does the kickoff work, too furlong race for three-year-olds be conducted from the Sixth Street Church of Christ at 6th and Ramsey Streets, Wednesday afternoon.

December I6th at 1 o'clock; Elder Dowell officiating: remains will be forwarded to the Mid South Burial Memphis. Tenn. for interment: K. Gardner Funeral Director: Memphis, Tenn. paper! please and up.

Epic King took over at IfcLtFHUINtb ALpine 5-1221 ALpine 5-5401 Services Set Today jti ii the eighth pole and stood off the challenge of the fast closing Gun-rod and Speed Rouser. Crown 7tn a. rn. in jr copy. DOBBINS At his residence.

915 Rose-Bound Iowa Followers local infirmary. Rebecca Key, age 7 weeks. Survived by parents. Mr. and Mrs.

William Key; sisters, Patricia and Roberta Key: grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Floyd, all of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs.

Jim Enoch. Gladevllle, Tenn. Remain! are at ths home of her parents, 139 University court, where prayer gervlces will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. M. A.

Mayfleld. Interment. Caraway cemetery. Gladevllle. Tenn.

Woodbine funeral home, directors, phone AL 5-0035. STOCKS. BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS i Marble was fourth. Epic King, owned by Mrs. J.

H. Woodco*ck, was timed in 1:1125 and returned $33.20, $10.40 and $8.20. Gunrod paid $5.40 and $3.80. Blank Dec. 25.

um, ir. Thomas Jefferson (Syei Dobbins. Survived by devoted wife, Mrs. Willie Dobbins: mother. Mrs.

France! House; daughter, Mrs. Olivia Evans; 2 elsters. Mrs. Amanda Thorton and Martha Duncan: 4 brothers. Walter Nolen, Joe.

George and Tom Dobbins; Mr MaeeiA Dobbins: 3 Set To Travel Speed Rouser returned $5.60. The victory was Hettinger's MARTIN Tuesday morning. Dec. 25 third of the day and also of the 1956 at a local infirmary Mrs. LUlie IOWA CITY.

Iowa CP) Santa Mai Martin age 4 years, Survived season. He had not had a winner since the Fair Grounds opened Annual NBC Meet Set for La Crosse grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Funeral arrangements announced later. Charles Tlllie Smith by husband. S.

O. Martin. Claus will play a return engage AL 4-3312 315 4TH daughters, Mrs. Gladys LaMarr of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Chloe Ellis ment today for more than 700 in charge.

A. J. Allison, manager State University of Iowa students. FREEMAN Saturday. Dec.

22, 195B Nov. 22 until he won with De-Jeune ($11.20) in the second race. He scored with Task Fleet ($14.80) in the third race. Martin, Nashville: sons. S.

O. Martin. and Raymond Martin, Nashville: mother, Mrs. Tom Oat- The occasion is their for California on two student special trains bound for PHOENIX, Ariz. UP) The lin; brother.

William T. Gatlin; at an Innrmary in Evansum, Mrs. Charlene (Mayberryi Freeman. Survived by Mr. Tommie Freeman; four ilstera, Mrs.

Mable Redmond, Mrs. Nannie Smlthson. Mrs. Mary L. Fisher nri Mrs Mazdalena Cartwrlght: second annual toutnament of the sisters, Mrs.

Ethel Jones, Mrs. Mildred Wade, all of Nashville. Mrs National Basketball congress will Pearl Dye. Tullahoma, Mrs. Edcar Cawthon.

Ch caco. Ill: 1 be held March 18-23 in La Crosse, grandchildren. The remains are at NBC Executive Secretary Li California and the Rose bowl game between Iowa and Oregon State Jan. 1 in Pasadena. The first special will leave Iowa City at 7 p.m..

(CST) today and second will depart two hours later. 3 brothers, Messrs. Joe Frank. Ike anrl James Mayberry; three aunts; the par ors nf Roesch-Patton Co Larry Walker announced yester 1715 Broad where services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock by O. L- Cullum.

Her day. five uncles; ten nieces; nine nephews: seven Isters-in-law: six brothers-in-law: two step-children: The tournament is set up for YOUR BEST CASH MARKET Scrap Iran, Metals, Batteries, lunk Automobiles, Radiators, etc. Call. Writ Com to STEINER-LIFF IRON METAL CO. 710 South Second St.

i last Maetrvillel Phone CH 2-1S51 Nortirille Tonn Highest Prices for JUNK AUTOMOBILES Each of the all-coach trains will Independent teams, and was held nephews will serve as pallbearers Interment Spring Hill cemetery, Roesch-Patton directors. carry about 400 persons, including for the first time last year In three great-nieces; host of cousin! and friends. The remains will arrive here Wednesday and be conveyed to the Clalborn Tabl. Bapt. Church at 6 Funeral doctors and chaperones.

Phoenix Walker said the city of PHILLIPS Dec. 25. 1956 at a local George B. Giles Jr. Funeral today The specials will arrive In Los am, ennauctea by Re.

B. c. La Crosse has agreed to guaran-l la tee visiting teams a total travel! V.OIiegeS Angeles Dec. 28 and will remain until Jan. 2.

HOLIDAY FESTIVAL fund of $3,000 or 50 per cent of the Funeral services for Gegrge B. rialborn, Eld. R. A. Wright, and Rev.

L. Evans. Remarks by others. Interment at Russel cemetery Wright and Hill AL 5-8735. "This will be the largest mass New York university Villanova (S.

Tempi '9; Fordham 79. infirmary. Charles Phillips, age 66 years. Survived by wife. Mrs.

Gladys Hudson Phillips; daughter. Mrs. Earl Thompson. Nashville; two grandchildren; brothers. Henry and Dero Phillips.

Nashville and Ernest Phillips. Carthage. Remains are at the Eastland Funeral Home. 804 Gallatin Rd. Complete funeral arrangements announced later.

Eastland Puneral Home. AN 3-1462. gross gate receipts, whichever is higher. Giles 36, Nashville, victim of an automobile accident Monday, movement of Iowa students to an Professionals He said that college players have SIMS Friday evening at her home, will be at 2:30 p.m. today in Frank athletic event in the history of the university," dean of students i ii jo jonnston.

Mrs. Sarah been cleared for entry in the tour lin, Tenn. Hims. survivors are M. L.

Hult eaid. Philadelphia Boston Minneapolis 100; Fart Wayne M. St. Lauis 107; New York 105, Tartlma. Rsehnter SSi SrraeBM 9S.

nament by the National Collegiate IU The service will be at the Mrs. Leola 81ms. Nashville and Mrs. Elsie Itlrdannw. T.Aa Anvala Approximately 1700 other Iowa Athletic association.

REED Suddenly at 2:30 Sunday students are going "on their own." chapel of Bethurum, Henry and Robinson funeral home in Franklin. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. FLY song. Messrs. Bennle, James and Richard 81ms.

Nashville, John, George. Charles and Jeff 81ms, Detroit. Michigan: slater. Mra. Eva Perry, Nashville; brothers, Mauri.

Nathan Murray of Donelion and OPEN SEASON Two Hawkeye special trains, composed of Iowa alumni, faculty, and boosters, also will leave today along with an l-elub special. BOWDOIN At the residence. 411 Eastboro Tuesday morning, Dec. 25. 1156.

Willie Watt Bowdoln. Husband of Mrs. W. W. Bowdoln; father of Mrs.

Melbs Bullard and Mrs. Thelma Louise Knight, both of Nashville: brother of Julius Bowdoln, McMlnnvllIe, Ber-me Bowdoln. Walllnt. ana Mrs. Nancy Scott.

McMlnnvllIe. 7 grandchildren. Services 1:30 Thursday at Spring Hill Baptist Church, White County, Rev. C. A.

Craft. Prlendi will serve as pallbearers. Interment Spring Hill cemetery. Walling. Tenn.

Remains at Cosmopolitan funeral home. CASTLEMAN Suddenly Tuesday morning. Dec. 25. 1956, H.

L. Cas-tleman. age 72 years. Survived by wife. Mrs.

Mattie Kennedy Castle-man, Edenwold: sons, H. L. Castle-man Jeffersonvllle. James T. Castieman, Donelion, Charles O.

Castieman, Edenwald Burt Castieman, Madison. Ray Castieman. Edenwold; daughters, Mrs. Mary E. Hyder, Edenwold.

Mrs. Davis C. Nevels. Tulsa, Fay Castieman. Edenwold: 14 grandchildren: sister, Mrs.

Noble Walker, Ooodletuvllle: brother, Gordon Castieman, Nashville. Remain! are at the home. Complete notice of funeral arrangements announced later. Cols and OarretU funeral CLEMMON8 Monday evening. Dec.

24. 1S56 at Old Hickory. Virgil H. Clemmona. Survived by wife.

Mrs. LulaClemmons; 2 daughters. Mrs. Elton Eules and Mrs. J.

Singleton: son. Burnlce Bunt) Clemmons. all of Old Hickory: 8 grandchildren: 6 greatgrandchildren. Remains rest at the funeral home of Phillips-Robinson Co. Funeral services will be conducted at the First Baptist Church Old Hickory.

Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock by Rev. Luclan Hart. Active pallbearersHubert W. Smith. Pete Johnson, Clvde Pigg.

Thurman York, O. H. Powell, and Jack Wilson. A-Shlft at Dupont Ravon Plant will serve as honorary pallbearers. Interment Lebanon Cemetery.

Wilson County. Phllllps-Roblnson Directors. COLE Suddenly at hla home. 2923 Glenmeade Dee. 26.

1959. 1:30 a.m.. Martin Pah-res Cole, age St. Survived by wife, Mrs. Rosabel Brinkley Cole.

Daughter, Mrs. Noel Link. Portland. ion, Robert Earl Cole. Nashville; lster.

Mrs. Luclan Martin. Indianapolis. brothers. Alvin H.

Cole. Portland; Lewell Cole. Mln. neapolls. Roy Cole.

Nashville; 5 grandchildren. Remalni rest at the funeral home of Phillips. Robinson company, where services will be held Thursday. Dec. 27.

195S at I p.m. conducted by Rev. James A. Nunnery. Interment Spring Hill remetery.

Evansville papers please copy. Barber Puneral Home. Springfield. MeGBIFF Tuesday evening. Dec.

25. 1956. at a local Infirmary. Robert K. McGrlff.

age 50 years. Survived by wife. Mrs. Eatelle Collier McOriff; sons. Robert Collier McGrlff and Richard Keith McOriff: mother, Mr.

Hettl Gribble McOriff. The remains art at Roesch-Patton company. 171 Broadway. Complete funeral arrangement will be announced Utar, J. M.

Powell. J. L. Jackson and narman Murray of Naahvllle the Rev. Fred Blankenshlp will thirty grandchildren; twenty-five officiate.

Another special train, carrying morning. Dec. 23. 1956. near Dickson, Bernnle Lee Reed, 18.

son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Reed brother of Charles Reed Jimmy Clay Reed. Linda Gayle Reed, and Marilyn Sue Reed, all of Nashville.

Services 10 a.m. Thursday at Reed Avenue Church of Christ. Harris J. Dark 8nd J. Choate ministers.

Pallbearers Wayne Campbell, Vernon Williams, William Ltrrrf. Leroy Thomn-son. Bohby Woodall. Nell Woodall. Bobby Harris.

Jimmy Waller. Interment Woodlawn cemetery. Remains at Cosmopolitan funeral home. greai-granacnuaren: eiRht nieces seven nephews: two sons-in-law seven daughters-in-law: three sis Mr. Giles, of 1318 Sweetbrlar the 112 men in the Iowa marching band and the 75 coed members of ters-in-iawi one brother-in-law; a died in an automomie accident Monday morning eight miles nost oi otner relatives and friends Iowa's Scottish Highlanders will The remains will be at her late north of Franklin on Hillsboro leave here Friday and arrive In BUSINESS LINERS SAVI TIME AND MAKE 5 YOUR OWN SCHEDULE CHARTER RENTAL LEASE NEW MODELS NASHVILLE FLYING i SERVICE lam tUU 'bene ALeiae 5-711 residence tnis Wednesday after noon at 4 o'clock Funeral Thtirt.

road. Los Angelee early Sunday. The day morning at eleven o'clock it Bass Street Baptist church con- He was born and reared in Wil musical groups will make several aucted by her pastor. Rev. Mon liamson county.

Mr. Giles was WARRICK Dec. 24. 1956 at a local appearance in the Los Angeles area, take part 'in the Tournament Infirmary. Mrs.

Margaret Jean roe Burns. Rev. W. Crawley and Rev. H.

P. Oordon. Pallbearers graduated from Franklin high Warrick, age 20 years Survived by one daughter. Jackie Darnell Con of Roses parade the morning of school. He was a member of the ana I lower ladies wiu be selected from the a co board and mothers of the church.

Interment Fourth Avenue Church of Christ Jan. 1 and perform In the Rose nors: sou. Ray Junior Connors: father and mother. Mr and Mra. L.

C. Nichols, all of Nashville. Re. bowl. at Bryant Orove.

Patton Brothers, in Franklin and a member of Hiram lodge of Masons In Frank mains are at Ellis tt Kidd Funeral THOMAS Sundav moraine. Dec. 23, Home. 2627 Nolensvllle Rd. Complete arrangement! will be made lin.

He was In the cleaning and less at local Innrmary. Mrs. lam laundry business for about 12 B. Thorn aa. Survived by daughter, later.

Ellis Kldd Funeral Directors. AL 5-5412. Mra. Ella Brown, Sturgess, Ky.i yeare. At the time of his death he WEST Monday evening.

Dec 24 waa a traveling talesman for Mc- 1956 at hla home. 811 South 10th frying so high they couldn't seo it the wayjtwasi" loni. Roy Thomas. Sturgeag. wee-ley Thomas, Washington.

D. y-and James Thomas. Naahvllle. brother. Wesley Jonea.

Pulaski: i a rt.erandcnlJ- JSvoy Hardware company, Mem Lum Buford West, age 70 years. Survived by wife. Mra. Ollle Elisabeth West; son. Kirk Odls phis.

a MMdamesI Mr. Giles is survived by his wife. west two sisters. Mrs. Julian Had the former Martha Carothers; two ley.

Nashville, and Mrs. Lucy An- Vera. Cora, and Leona several nieces, nephews. relatives and friends. Her reinams daughters, Georgia Anne Giles and oersnn.

tannage, 2 grandchildren: 3 great-grandchildren A TEXAS OIL COMPANY Wants L1AII Over 45 for NASHVILLE AREA WI NEED a good man at once and we are willing to pay top earnings. We prefer someone between 45 and 65 who can mike auto trie for about a week at a time and can call en small town industrial and rural property owners. WORTH $12,000.00 Our top men in other part country draw exceptional earnings up to $12,000.00 in a year. This opening in the Nashville area is worth just as much ta the right man. Wa take care of all deliveries and celUcHoes.

Pay earnings In advance. Writ a confidential letter te PRESIDENT, Dept. X-S. lea 1373. Fart Worth 1.

Texas. Jean Marie Giles; and bis par Remains rest at the Funeral Home are at Protectee where family received friends Tuesday evening, from or pmtips-KoBinson where fu ents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Giles neral services will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock all of Nashville.

0 eiocx. mineral in this Wednesday Tenfl o'clock en route to where funeral will be held at church OFFICE SPACE Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 315 4th N. Available January 1st 2250 feet ALSO EXCELLENT OFFICE LOBBY ENTRANCE AND SEVERAL SMALLER AREAS phone al tW4i7i or contract your agent ay uro. KODert Kerct.

Leaving Immediately after services for home of his strter. Mrs. Anderson as above, where prayer aervlcea will be held Thursday. Interment Family cemetery. Carthage.

Active pall- Mount Calvary Other Obituaries On Page 29 others. Interment Roek rom. oeareri Robert. Eugene, am re, Norman Dean. Hollaee and Charles Harper.

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