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26 THE TENNESSIAN. & Bowling STRIKE 'N SPARE Night of Columbis Bill McCurdy Alex Wiggs 0, Navigators 954- 2,600. K C Aux. No. 544 - Faye Moran 199. Mary Lee Kohl 508, Luckv Five 111-2,039. Bellwood Mixed Ella Mai Etlt-ridge 213-577, Harold Push 25-o20i Eddie's Bt-Rile 802, C V's 2,240. MADISON BOWL Goodlettsville Champs Joan Eanes 191-482, Jim Scott 207-569; Bowl Ones 696-1,875. , - Women's Independent , Omeaa Stratlon 197, Margie Derrick 495) Pabst Blue Ribbon 814-2,230. Sunday Night Mixed Faye Rogers 188, Alma Johnson 471, Adam De-berry 229, Doug Butler 562; Dutch Masters Cioar 715-1,810. TUSCULUM BOWL Sunday Nighmt Mixed Chloe Stov-all 214-548. Bob Smith 235, Ronnie Cravens 6U. Brackeens Weldres 729, B's and D's 2014. Woodson Chapel Mixed Sandra Pearce 2(4-487, Buddy Pearca 217-600, Gutter Getters 2033. PLA-MOR Weekend doubles - Iva Rod9ers 190-469; Roy Hassell 201, Lloyd Black 547; .Two Rebels 339-1016. Methodist Published House-Charier Heer 174, Francis Glenn 173; Dan Theuer 205, Ed Stetler 550; Accounting 768, Press and Plata 2182. Sunday Headliner Deanna DeBerry 194-524; Burleieh Holcomb 255-625; Ding-a-lings 690-1992. Sunset League - Eddie Wells 189, Jackie Mang 538; Mr. D's Seafood 757, Modern Adiustments 2189. IN6LEWO0D BOWL Buena Vista Mixed Gene Shlpman 215, Helen Milles 158; Bill Merritt 568, Pam Brake 450; Cyclones 642-1,733. Alley Cats Sue Haggard 184, Brenda Richer son 473; David DeMoss 203-534; Gibson House Boat 678, Mis Fits 1,893. Sunday Night Classic Evelyn Key 182-504: Kim Shell 215-625; Gaily Wag-gers 645-1,848. Left Overs-Barbara Slea 173, Estelle Eddings 469; Charles Bryant 202. Rkh-ard Clark 523; Family Affair 645, Old Timers 1,853. Riverwood Mixed Sharon Owens 183, Llbby Vaughn 449; Rusty Owens 201, Irv Johnson 522; Family Four 625-1,848. Melrose Sportsman James Baughn J34-572; Cyclones 891-2,544. DONELSON BOWL Early Sunday Mixers John Alden 220, George Roberts 581, Joyce Stone 221-540; Nashville Photo Company 763-1,969. Trophy Dave Roberts 213-420, Geneva SrSE Pro Basketball NBA SATURDAY'S RESULTS Boston 111, Philadelphia 95 Cleveland 123, Houston 115 Phoenix 116, Golden Stale 110 Only games scheduled. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS LOS ANGELES (102) - Bridges 10, Chamberlain 9, Erlckson 11, Goodrich 24, McMillan 7, Riley 4, West 37. ATLANTA (100) Bellamy 18, Bracey I, Gilliam 24, Halliburton 8, Maravlch 28, Trapp 5, Washington 9. Halftime: Los Angeles 55-48; alt: 1,478. AT PHOENIX (94) Hawkins 19, Green 0, Scott 32, VanArsdale 15, Calhoun 9, Stovall 4, Walk 15. BALTIMORE (95) Chenler 22, Hayes 17, Porter 16, Riordan 22, Unseld 11, Lovt 2, Robinson 3, Stall-worth 2. Half: 55-55 tie. A 7,186 AT MILWAUKEE 100) - Abdul-Jabbar 35, Allen 15, Dandrldge 21, Lee 4, McGlocklin 12, Perry 3, Terry 0. CHICAGO (95) Awtrey 2, Heard 18, Love 17, Ray 6, Van Lier 8, Walker 20, Weiss 4. Half: Milwaukee .56-43. A-10,746. AT SEATTLE (84J-Beard 6, Brisker Perfection (From First the lead in the second half as the Dolphin defense did the rest. SAFETY JAKE Scott, who was bothered by a sore shoulder all week, intercepted two of Kilmer's passes and received the car given to the most valuable player. But Gricse, who hadn't started a game since Oct. 15th when he suffered a broken bone in his leg, should at WRESTLHIG WED. NICHT JAN. 17 8:30 P.M. FAIRGROUNDS ARENA V ' 9.-.- ..S. v.. : IQHNNY WALKER Tqp Crudge Tag Battle of the year . . , Demanded by Brown and Hall. Bearcat Brown and Dennis Hall, Seconded by Johnny Walker versus Jerry Lawler and Jim Whit wMgr. Sam Bass Top N.wXloii7Ta Championship Match. Bounty Hunter wJIm Kent (Known as lerry and David Novak) versus Johnny Walker and Charlie Cook See the Top Star Indian Team. Chief Bold Eagle and Chief Thunder Cloud versus Purple Terror and Rock Riddle ""Watch Culas-WelciTN.W.A. Wrestling Sunday on WSIX-TV Channel g. 3:30 to 4:30 P.M. Tickets on Sales Tuesday and Wednesday In the Lobby of the Sam Davis Hotel Promoters Nick Cuhf and Roy Welch Brinq your in for a Delco tune-up. In no time at all, we'll put back the pep and power that your car used to have. More power to YOU. Tra. And since we use Delco parts in our tune-ups. your car will stay peppy and powerful for a long time. BILL TRICKETT OLDS 1823 Gallatin Rd., N. (Across from Rivergate Mall) 868-1870 . DtUo Paris Distributed by I 'nil 'id Strviu Monday, an. !5. 1973 Scores it Wllhute 192, Nlta Jordan 536; DJ'I 724-2,100. Music Business Mixed-Charley Bradley 230, Cam Mullins 543, Barbara Chalker, Susan McCoy 209, Delores Mullins 548; Mark Four 707-2,020. PLAZA LANES Metro Mixed Milton Jolly, Jimmy Dunn 225, Milton Jolly 572, Dorris Jolly 215, Marian Williams 567; Bees 737-2,111. Holy Rosary Carolyn Ernst 203-558, Harry Huffman 598, Slim Sanders 223; Guys and Dolls 724-2,154. Odd Couple Sunny Connelly 219, Don Bell 566, Sarah Baden 166-489; Buccanneers 497-1.899. K of C R. Klnl 236, J. Baltl 406; St. Thomas 1,005-2,975. Clemente Honored By Virgin Islands CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St. Thomas, V.I. (UPI) -Religious services were held , here yesterday in a Virgin Islands tribute to baseball superstar Roberto Clemente, killed with four others in the New Year's Eve crash of a plane carrying relief supplies to earthquake victims in Managua, Nicaragua. The officially-sponsored services coincided with a huge outdoor ecumenical service in San Juan's Bithorn Stadium, also devoted to Clemente and the others who perished with him. IE. o 11, Brown 8, Fox 8, Havwood 18, McDanieis 3, Snvder 14, Stallworth 9, Winfleld 3, Wrioht 2. NEW YORK (86)-Barnett 4, Blbbv (, Bradley 10, DeBusschere 2, Frazier 4, Gianelli 4, Jackson 11, Memlnger 0, Monroe 19, Reed 22. Half: Seattle 47-37. A 11,538. Only flames scheduled. TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia at KC-Omaha Portland at Detroit Only games scheduled. ABA SATURDAY'S RESULTS Indiana 108, San Diego 107 Utah 105, Kentucky 94 Only qames scheduled. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS AT MEMPHIS (100) - L. Davis 11, Ladner 4, Denton 10, Neumann 24, M. Davis 8, Wilson 2, Jones 4, Rackley 11, Thompson 19, W. Davis 7. CAROLINA (104) - Cunningham 31, Wuvcik 0, Owens 14, Calvin 19, Jones 9, Manning 9, Littles 1, McClain 19, Brown 2. Half: Memphis 54-48. A 3,135. AT SAN DIEGO (97) - Johnson 21, Hill 13, Moore 7, Williams 24, Miller 12, Adams 12, Bacon 2, R obtains 4, Taylor 0. KENTUCKY (100) Issel 24, Simon 17, Gllmore 26, Dampier 13, Mount 6, O'Brien 0, Russell 0, Gale 10, Chamberlain 4. Sports Page) least be given a drive in the auto by Scott as he tossed a 28-yard touchdown pass to Howard Twilley and had a 47-yard touchdown pass to Paul Warfield called back because of a penalty. Griese, who had taken over at halftime of Miami's victory over Pittsburgh, completed eight of 11 passes for 88 yards and the touchdown. JIM KIICK scored the other Dolphin touchdown on a one-yard run as he started the game and then alternated at halfback with Mercury Morris. Washington's last shot in the second half seemed to come after Scott intercepted a pass Intended for Charley Taylor in the end zone. That set up a 42-yard field attempt by Garo Yepreniian and led to the strangest play of the game. Bill Bmndige blocked the attempt and Yepremian scooped it up and scooted for the sidelines. He seemde to try to throw the ball and Mike Bass grabbed it in midair and roared 49 yards down the sidelines. He seemed to Washington TD. It was officially ruled a fumble recovery although Yepremian seemed to try to throw it. AT THIS point, Shula had to wonder if he was destined to be another victim of hard luck in title games. Shula's Baltimore Colts lost the 1964 NFL title game to Cleveland and Super Bowl III to the New York Jets. And the Dolphins lost to the Cowboys in the Super Bowl last year. But this time the Dolphins stopped Washington on its last possession to wrap it up. - "ir 2! ' d II k I 01 Dei It takes fish, BIG FISH, to stimulate any outdoorsman's show. Whetting interest and loosening purse strings of dealer-buyers at the Thomas Speciality exhibit yesterday at the Hilton was this chest full or Lake Okeechobee (Fla.) junkers. From left are Charles Thomas of the sponsoring firm, jerry McKinnis who caught the eight-pounders and Tom Mann, of Eufaula, Ala., who made the Wooly Bully and Jelly Worm lures that caught the fish for cameramen filming McKinnis' syndicated "Fishing Hole" television show. It will be seen on WSIX-TV about the time of next month's Tennessee outdoors show. Half: San Diego 57-55. A 1,833. Only games scheduled. TODAY'S GAMES Carolina at Utah Only games scheduled. Pro Hockey NHL SATURDAY'S RESULTS Boston 4, Toronto 2 New York Rangers 5, St. Louis 3 Minnesota 8, New York Islanders 1 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 3, Los Angeles t Only games scheduled. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS California 6, Chicago 4, tie Boston 4, Buffalo 0 Montreal 3, Vancouver 0 , N.Y. Rangers 5, Philadelphia 2 St. Louis 2, N.Y. Islanders 1 , Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 2 Atlanta 4, Los Angeles 1 Only games scheduled TODAY'S GAMES No games scheduled. WHA SATURDAY'S RESULTS Alberta 4, Los Angeles 1 Philadelphia 9, Quebec 4 Houston 4, Chicago 2 New England 4, New York 3 Only games scheduled. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 3, Ottawa 2, overtime Winnipeg 3, Cleveland 1 Ony games scheduled. TODAY'S GAMES Chicago at Houston Los Angeles at Alberta ' Only games scheduled. Conference Standings , Conference Alt Games W L P't. W L Pft. Alabama .3 0 1,000 8 1 .888 Kentucky 2 1 .667 7 4 .636 Tennessee 2 1 .667 4 5 .444 Mississippi .... 3 2 ."0 8 4 .67 Vanderbilt 3 2 .600 10 3 .769 Georgia -..2 2 .500 4 4 .601 Florida 2 3 .400 4 7 .363 LSU 2 3 .400 4 4 .501 Auburn 1 3 2 .181 Ohio Valley Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. E. Tenn. 1 0 1.000 7 4 .636 Murray 1 0 1.000 7 3 .700 Tenn. Tech 1 0 1.000 4 4 .600 E. Kentucky 1 1 .500 5 6 .45 Morehead 1 1 .500 5 4 .455 Austin Peay 0 1 .000 7 3 .700 Mid Tenn 0 1 .000 5 2 .714 W. Kentucky 0 1 .000 4 7 .364 MISSOURI VALLEY EAST Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. Memphis St. 3 0 .1000 11 3 .786 Louisville . 2 0 .1000 11 2 .846 Tulsa 2 0 .1000 9 3 .750 Drake 2 1 .667 9 4 .692 W. Texas St. 1 1 .500 7 5 .583 WEST New Mex. St. 1 1 .500 7 6 .538 Wltchlta St. 1 1 .500 3 8 .273 St. Louis 0 1 .000 7 4 .636 Bradley 0 3 .000 4 4 .500 N. Texas St. 0 3 .000 3 9 .250 TF1M EAST CONF. ALL 9-5 7-3 11- 2 4-3 2-13 2-8 1-6 ALL 12- 3 9-2 7-4 Motlov State Hlwassee Cumberland Morristown Cleveland State Roane S'ate Walters Stat TEAM Martin Columbia State Dyersburg State Jackson State Volunteer State Freed-Hardeman Aniiinac 4-0 3- 0 4- 2 1- 1 2- 3 ' 1-4 0-5 WEST CONF. 6-0 4-0 21 22 22 1-5 4- 4 5- 5 5-7 2-13 0-7 PLAYER TEAM CONF. ALL -iunii5un, Morrisrown Sanders, Dyersburg Knight, Volunteer State White, Columbia Stale Leatherwood, Aquinas Wright, Martin 27 5 1 24.6 23.5 22.5 21.8 21.8 20.8 20.6 19 ft 19.7 19.4 17.5 20.2 18.8 20.9 23.8 16.9 13.4 Dyers- Battle, Motlow Stat Hulson, Cleveland Hardy, Dyersburg 19.5 Leading Offensive school ourg yo.y Leading Defensive school Colum-bit 48.5 SCHEDULE OF WEEK TONIGHT Hlwassee at Morristown Belmont Jr. varsity at Volunteer St. Motlow State at Roane State Cumberland at Aquinas Somerset (Kv.) at Walters State TUESDAY Dyersburg State at Jackson WEDNESDAY Morristown at Alire I loyd (Ky.) THURSDAY Aquinas at Shelby State FreMl-Hardeman at Vn'unteer State Hlwassee at Marlon (Ala.) tournament. Martin at Columbia State FRIDAY Freed-Hardeman at Cumberland Hlwassee at Marlon (Ala.) tournament SATURDAY Hiwassee at Marion (Ala.) tournament Motlow State at Martin Jarkrn 5t-te at Cloumbla State Volunteer State at Dyersburg Morristown at Roane Stale Walters State at Cleveland State Colorful Halftime For Super Bowl VII LOS ANGELES (AP)-The colorful halftime show at Super Bowl VII with the theme of "Happiness Is," featured love. The Michigan marching band formed four hearts and giant balloons were released, one group carrying a banner with a huge red valentine. Andy Williams sang "People," a tune which was made a hit by Barbra Streisand. Hundreds of pigeons were released, presenting an Olympic atmosphere. -:?( 3 ifcA u K r - " 1 1 Some Fish Siory Paul Edward Moore Services for Paul Edward Moore, 57, 4360 Grayspoint Road, Joelton, an employe of L&N Railroad, will be at 2 p.m. today at Anderson, Garrett and Boyd Funeral Home. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Moore died Saturday in St. Thomas Hospital. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Alma Mills Moore; five daughters, Mrs. Carl Slate, Greenbrier, Tenn., and Mrs. Stephen Harper, Miss Debbie Moore, Miss Terri Moore and Miss Susan Moore, all of Joelton, and six grandchildren. (Bmtl puttees BLAKEMORE, Mrs. Mary Bell Formerly o Franklin, Tenn., Thursday in Philadel phia, Pa. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Cynthia Brooks of Philadelphia; sons, Donnell H. Blakemore of Detroit, Mich., Wray Blakemore of Portsmouth, Va., and Ezell Blakemore of Chicago; five grandchildren; three great grandchildren; three daughters-in-law; one son-in-law; one , brother-in-law; one sister-in-law; a number of nieces and nephew. Remains will arrive Tuesday morning and will be conveyed to Winstead Tabernacle Primitive Baptist Church in Franklin for visitation from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Funeral Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the above church. Elder Al- en Winstead officiating Nephews will serve as pall bearers. Interment at Rose Hill Cemetery on Hillsboro Road. PATTON BROTHERS, Directors. SWEENEY, Mrs. Vallie Lee - Sat. morning Jan. 13, 1973. Widow of the late James Robert Sweeney. Survived by several nieces and nephews, Remains rest at Phillips Rob inson Co., where services will be conducted Mon. afternoon 2:30 o'clock. By Rev. L. L Allen. Friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment Spring hill Cemetery. PHILLIPS ROBINSON CO. DOBBS, Jessie Vernon Age 71 years, Jan. 14, 1973 at a local infirmary. Survived by wife, Mrs. Margaret Dobbs; daugh ters, Mrs. Peggy Weakley and Mrs. Joyce Horvath, both of Nashville; Mrs. Louise Maize, Taft, Calif., Mrs. Sandra Lewis, Panama Canal Zone; sons, Donald Wayne Dobbs, Nashville, Horace Eugene Dobbs, Columbus, Miss.; sis ter, Mrs. Pauline Saylors, In dianapolis, Ind.; brothers, Hubert Dobbs, Indianapolis, Ind., Tommy Dobbs, Fountain Head, Tenn., Fonzy Dobbs, Franklin, Ky.; 16 grandchil dren, three great-grandchil dren. The remains are at the Woodbine Funeral Home, 3620 Nolensville Rd. Complete ar rangements to follow. WOOD-j BINE FUNERAL HOME, Directors, 832-1948. JENKINS, Louis Jackson Fri day, Jan. 12, 1973 at Meharry Medical Center. He resided at, the home of his neice, Mrs. Julia M. Riley Knight, 1106 Jackson St. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Mai Benford and Mrs. Fannie Mai Benford, both of Murfreeboro; one son, Calvin Caruthers, Nashville; two sisters, Mrs. Inez Benford and Mrs. Flor ence Batten, both of Murfrees- boro. Friends may visit with the family this Monday evening from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Scales and Sons Funeral Home, Murfreesboro. Funeral service Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. at Webb Chapel A.M.E. Church conducted by Rev. C. C. Alexander, assisted by Rev. E. D. Lewis and Rev. Way-man Alsup. Interment, Loving Cemetery, B a r f i e I d Community. H. PRESTON SCALES AND SON'S FUNERAL HOME, Murfreesboro. Stafl photo by Bob Steber Heat! 'Jrftes WILLIAMS, Clarence Paul Sr, 107 Barry Dr., Madison. Sunday afternoon, Jan. 14, 1973 at Madison Hospital Survived by wife, Mrs. C Paul . Williams, Madison sons, C. Paul Williams Jr. Nashville, William B. Wil liams, Brooklyn, N.Y., Robert E. Williams, Westmoreland Tenn.; Pere M. Williams, Nashville; daughter, Mrs, Wanda Lee, Smyrna; five grandchildren; mother, Mrs Blanche Williams, Nashville brother, Roscoe Williars Nashville; sister, Mrs. Polly Thompson, Madison. The re mains are at Madison Fu neral Home, 219 Old Hickory Blvd., where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday Jan. 16, 1973 at 1:00 p.m. by Rev. A. Wray Thomlln. Hon orary pallbearers: Dr. Hillis Evans, Dr. Frederec Cothren, former co-workers of Nash ville Transit Co. Active: Lloyd Pate, David Lundy Bob Core, Roy Law, Hubert Gentry, Billy Harrell, Felix Sawyer, Jack Pugh and Chad Core. Interment: Spring Hill Cemetery. MADISON FUNERAL HOME, Directors 868-9020. HUNT, John Ferris Sunday morning Jan. 14th 1973. Sur vived by daughters, Mrs. Ir vin Berry, Mrs. Robert H Thym and five grandchildren Remains are at Finley Dor ris & Charlton, West End at 25th Ave. Graveside service Mt. Olivet Cemetery. (This) Monday morning at 11:30 a.m. Conducted by the Rev J. Paschall Davis. Honorary pallbearers, Horrace G. Hill Jr., Fred Russell, John Barksdale, Wilson Ward, J W. Wallis Jr., Neil Cargile Raph Owen, Minos Fetcher Sr., J. C. Bradford, Went- worth Caldwell, John Brans-ford, Doctor John C. Burch John A. Witherspoon, Will Polk Kirkman, J. P. Lawrence, Eben Wortham, Doctor J. B. Hibbitts, all of Nashville. Doctor Robert Hollister Franklin, Winston B Thomas, Southampton, New York, J. Burton Fnerson Lookout Mt. Tenn., Charles F. Lanier, Americus, Geor gia. FINLEY DORRIS & CHARLTON. BOVVERS, Mr. Jesse Covington Sunday morning, January 14, 1973, at a local infirmary, Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Paul F. (Esther) Lampe, Nashville; sons, Bobby Jo Bowers, Henderson ville, Daniel Stephen Bowers and David Randolph Holder of Nashville; sisters, Mrs. Bessie Thorn and Mrs. Lilhe M Smith of Nashville: brothers Roy Bowers, Nashville, and Edgar Bowers of Coopertown Tenn. ; nine grandchildren. Re mains rest at the funera home of Phillips-Robinson Co., 2707 Gallatin Road, where funeral services will be con ducted Tuesday morning at 11:30 o'clock by Dr. J. V, Morsch and Rev. L. B. Mathews. Honorary pallbear ers will be Carl Boone, Sterling Thompson, C. E. Hardi- man, Paul Parsons, Marvin C. Hooper, Rav Dye and B. A. Hardiman. Active pallbearers: Jimmy Merryman, Wesley Merryman, Phillip Parker Jr., R. K. Carson, Horace Bowers and Robert S. Tinnell. Inter ment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery. PHILLIPS - ROBINSON CO., directors. FORT, Mrs. Eleanor Hankins Saturday morning, Jan. 13, 1972 at her residence in Washington, D.C. Survived by sister, Mrs. Marshall B. Wood, Palm Beach, Fla. Remains are at Finley Dorris & Charlton, West End at 25th Ave. Funeral services from Christ Church Episcopal, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Dr. Erie S. Greenwood and the Rev. J. Paschall Davis -officiating. Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery. FINLEY DORRIS & CHARLTON. HILL, Mrs. Arretta Bell (BLONDIE) Entered into rest Jan. 12, 1973. Survived by devoted husband, Mr. John Thomas Hill; Devoted cousins, Mrs. Glora Haynes, Mrs. Katherine Dobson, Mrs. Willie Mai Black, Mrs. Philista Berry, Mrs. Mary Brooks, Mr. Charles Jordan; Father-in-law, Mr. Tom Hill, six brothers-in-law, 10 sisters-in-law, -Dear friends, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mrs. Mildred Robertson. Other relatives and friends. Remains will be conveyed to the Little Mt. Zion Baptist Church on Trimble St., where friends may visit' with the family (This Monday from 8 to 10 p.m. Funeral services from the above church Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. Rev. Charles Van-leer and Rev. Ezra Braden officiating. Flowerladies and . Pallbearers selected from . friends. Interment National Cemetery. K. GARDNER 4 SONS Directors. SHIVELY, Mrs. Virginia Age 88 years, of 1021 Spam Ave.j Saturday evening, Jan uary 13, 1973, at a local in firmary. Survived by two nieces, Mrs. Vasti Lindner . and Miss Iva Huffman, both of. Nashville. Remains are at the Vankirk Funeral Home, Corbin, Kentucky, where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday morning at 10:00 o'clock by Dr. W. A. E. Johnson. Interment will be at Elizabeth Chapel Cemetery, Organ Cave, W. Va. PHIL LIPS ROBINSON CO. MOORE, Mr. Jim-At a local infirmary Jan. 13, 1973 at his residence, 1054 Second Ave. S. Survived by several nieces and nephews; Devoted friends, Mrs. Mateldia Childress and family. Visitation this Mon day at T. T. Hockett and Sons 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funeral im mediately following visitation. Rev. Webb, officiating. Inter ment Tuesday at Greenwood Cemetery. T. T. HOCKETT AND SONS, Directors. WILLIAMS, Mr. Guy H. Of Starke, Florida, Sunday January 14, 1973 at a Starke, Florida hospital. Survived by wife, Mrs. Isabelle Helm Wil liams of Starke, Florida; sis ters, Mrs. Ruby Barnes, Mrs Marie Doremus, Mrs. Mar garet Clements all of Nash ville, Mrs. Hazel Doremus of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs. Dal las Heer of Chicago, Illinois; brothers, W. L. Williams of Hollywood, Florida, Raymond Williams of Starke, Florida, Darrell Williams of Miami, Florida. Remains will be at Woodlawn Funeral Home. Thompson Lane. Time of arrival and complete fu- ments by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME. 383-4754. JOHNS, Mrs. Pearl Cromer Aee 80. Saturday nieht. Jan uary 13, 1973, in a Lewisburg hospital. Survivors: Husband, Lillard C. Johns; three daughters, Mrs. John R. (Katherine) Rickman, Mrs. Johnny (Dot) Moore, Mrs. Rachel Scott; two sons, Norman C. (Nub) Johns, I. C. fBuddv) Johns Jr.; one brother, J. H. Cromer, all of Chapel Hill; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Remains rest at the Lawrence Funeral Home where services will be conducted Mon., Jan. 15, 1973 at 2 p.m. by Rev. J. W. Higgins. assisted by Jerry Cook. Pallbearers: Johnny and Jimmy Rickman, Billy and David Johns, Jim Major, Dean Delk, Terry Foster, Jan Do'iplas. Interment: Swanson Cemetery. LAWRENCE FUNERAL HOME in charge. 364-2233. Lewisburg, Tenn. BOYETT, John Robert Age 63, Sat. evening, Jan. 13, 1973, at Maury Co. hospital, Columbia, Tenn. Survived by wife, Mrs. Lois Ownby Boyett, of Lewisburg; a daughter, Mrs. Maurice Beard, Pensacola, Fla.; a son, Johnny Boyett, Brentwood, Tenn.; a sister, Mrs. Bernie Webb, Lewisburg; four grandchildren. Remains are now at the Chapel of Bills & McGaugh Funeral Home, where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1973, at 3:00 p.m., The Rev. Virgil Tipps and the Rev. J. A. Biggs will officiate; Active pallbearers, John Wallace, Buddy Jones, Bill Tingle, Dr. J. C. Leonard, Gene Stacey, Robert L. Bigger, Larry Mc-Knight, and Forrest Darnell. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Shrine Club, and Members of the Blue Lodge. Billahaunty Lodge F. & A.M., 112 will have charge of the services at the grave Interment will be at the Roanoke Cemetery, BILL'S & McGAUGH FUNERAL HOME, jn charge of arrange ments. 359-2521. BENNETT, Mrs. Mai Etta - Of 531 Harding Place, Sun day morning, January 14, 1973, at a local infirmary. Survived by sons, L. M. Bennett, Nashville, W. O. Bennett, Red Bank, New Jersey; 10 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchil dren, two great-great-grand children. Remains are in the Lily Room of Woodlawn Funeral Home on Thompson Lane. Funeral services, 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Wood-lawn Chapel of Roses with Rev. Chester A. Stephens officiating. Interment: Wood-lawn Memorial Park. Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754. atlt Kofecis Ashland City, Tenn. HUDGENS, Mrs. Atlanta Irene Age 72, Sat night, Jan, 13. 1973, at a Nashville hospital She is survived by her husband. Floyd Hudgens, Rt. 1. Ashland City; four sons, Clyde Hudgens, Nashville, Donald and Houston Hudgens, Asn- land Citv. Carl Hudgens, Lafayette, Tenn.; four daughters, Mrs. Elva Smith, Nash ville, Mrs. Marie Perkins, Goodlettsville, Tenn., Mrs Jean Brinkley, Chapmans- boro, Tenn., and Mrs. Linds Shivers, McEwen, Tenn.; two half-brothers, Verdie Hudgens Ashland City, Tenn., and Fieldon Hudgens, Nashville; two half-siscers, Mrs. Alice Shearron, Detioit, Mich., and Mrs. Theo Bobbitt, Cannon, Colo.; 21 grandchildren; threi great-grandchildren. Remains at the Shearon Funeral Home, where services will be held Mon. morning, Jan. 15 at 11.00 by Rev. George Ludwig and Rev. Hughes Ellis, pallbearers: J3anny Hudger's, Phillip Sfflith, Chester Hud-sens. Steve Hudp.ens, Randall Brinkley, Gary Wayne Hud gens and Jimmy Neai. inter ment in the Hudgens Ceme tery. SHEARON FUNERAL HOME, directors, 792-4677. Springfield, Tenn. CROSLIN, Margaret Pauline - Age 52, died Jan. 14, 1973 at the Jesse Hoiman Jones Hospi tal. Remains are at the As sociated Funeral Home, where services will be conducted Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1973 at 1:00 p.m., by Rev. William R Hunt. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Felicia Dean Gamble, Donna Gayle Morgan, Peggy Ann Sircy, all of Spring field; mother, Mrs. Sara -Bush; four brothers, Herbert and Cleo Bush, both of Nash ville, Carney and Russell Bush, both of Springfield; five sis-. ters, Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison, Nashville, Mrs. Marie Aberna-thy, Mrs. Dorothy Moulton,1 Miss Elsie Bush, of Springfield, Mrs. Virgie Jernigan, of North Webster, Ind.;-six grandchildren. Active pall bearers: John Gamble, Paul Morgan, Joe Sircy, Charles Abernathy, B o b b y Moulton, Hubert Jernigan. Interment in Robertson County Memorial Gardens. ASSOCIATED FUNERAL DIRECTORS, in charge. Murfreesboro, Tenn. SMITH, r:r. Richard Sr. - Of 407 First Ave. Passed Saturday morning, Jan. 13, 1973 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Cora Newman. Sur vived bv six sons. Messers. Richard Smith Jr. and Charlie Smith, both of Nashville; Calef, Fred, William,- and Wymon Smith, all of Murfreesboro; five daughters, Mesdames Elizabeth Rucker, Nashville; Mattie Knox, Sara Bell, Maud Odom, Cora New man, all of Murfreesboro; two sons-in-law, Messers. Raymond Rucker and Henry Odom; five daughters-in-law, Mesdames Lucy, Jean, Hat-tie, Emma, and Thelma Smith; 29 grandchildren; one devoted grandson, Patrick Newman; a devoted granddaughter, Julia Bell; 34 great grandchildren; five great great-grandchildren. A host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The family will receive friends this Monday evening, Jan. 15 from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist 'Church. The body will lie in state from 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16 until funeral service at 2:00 p.m. from the above church, conducted by nis pastor, Rev. Willie Alsup. Flowerbearers: Granddaugh ters. Active pallbearers: urandsons. Honorary pall bearers: Members of the Tennessee Funeral Directors Association. Interment: Family Cemetery, Milton. Tenn, RICHARD SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Nashville; and H PRESTON SCALES AND SONS FUNERAL HOME, MunreesDoro, Directors. Centerville, Tenn. MAYS, Mrs. Dollie-Age 88, of tne Y airfield community, Sun. morning, Jan. 14, 1973, at Hickman County Hospital. survived by nephew, E. C. Cates of Nunnellv. Tenn three nieces, Mrs. Hettie Arnold and Mrs. Hazel Me- Nabb of North Carolina, and Mrs. Nellie Dorton of Center ville. Remains are at Mc Donald Funeral Home. Cen terville, where services will be Tuesday afternoon. Jan. 16, 1973, at 1 p.m., conducted by Paul Rogers and Brown McClain. Interment in Frazier Cemetery at Vernon. Tenn. McDONALD FUNERAL HOME in charge. HUGHES, Preston Raymond - Jan. 12, 1973 in a local in firmary. Survived by wife, Mrs. Beulah Vineyard Hughes; sisters, Mrs. Viola Dunlap, Mrs. Evelyn Pugh, all of Nashville, Mrs. Lucy Kemper, Goodlettsville; brothers, Archie Hushes. Franklin. Tenn., R. C. Walker, Nash ville. Remains are at the chapel of Pettus - Owen & Wood, 4506 Charlotte Ave. Services Tuesday 10:00 o'clock conducted by Bro. C. H. Frazier, friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment National Cemetery. PETTUS-OWEN & WOOD FUNERAL HOME, 292-3392. r ggatlr pottos MOORE Paul Edward Age 57 years, of 4360 Gray's Point Rd., Joelton, Saturday morning Jan. ,13, 1973 at St. Thomas Hospital. Survived by wife, Mrs. Alma Mills Moore,, Joelton; daughters: Mrs. Carl E. Slate, Greenbrier; Mrs. Stephen Harper; Debbie, Terri, and Susan Moore, all of Joelton. Six grandchildren. Aunt Mrs. Mattie Baucom, Kingston Springs. Remains are at the Anderson-Garrett and Boyd Funeral Home, Joelton, where services will be conducted Monday afternoon Jan. 15, at two o'clock, by G. I. Slate. Friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment, Spring Hill Cemetery. ANDERSON-GARRETT AND BOYD, Funeral Directors, Joelton. FYKE, Mrs. Mildred R. Of 2937 Rich Acre Dr., Sat. evening Jan. 13, 1973 at a local infirmary. Survived by son, William C. Fyke; granddaughter, Geneva Ann Fyke, grandson, Charles C. Fyke, all of Nashville; sisters, Mrs. Robert Crawford of Greenbrier, Mrs. Walter Jones of Ridge Top; brother, Joe Reeder of Greenbrier. Remains at the Buena Vista Funeral Home, 3634 Clarksville Hwy. in Bordeaux. Where service will be Monday at 2 p.m. Conducted by Rev. J. L. Ford. Active pallbearers. Kinnard Brown, Charles Fyke, Michael Crawford, Joe Landy Reader, Jimmy and Leon Kinkade. Interment Springhill Cemetery. BRATTEN AND MARTIN Directors, 254-7511. COOPER, Donald Vera Jan. 12, 1973 in a local hospital. Survived by wife: Mrs. Polly Cooper; three children: Dennis, Donna and Tammy of Donelson; brother: Fred Cooper; sister: Norma LaFalce, both of Asheville, N.C. Remains are at Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home; 429 Donelson Pike, where services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, Jan. 15, 1973, by Rev. Bill Lovell. Honorary pallbearers: Dr. John Wright, Employees, of Wright and Lopez Co., Sunday School Class of Hickory Bend Methodist Church. Friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment Hermitage Memorial Gardens. HIBBETT & HAILEY, Directors, 883-2361. BARNETT. Mr. Hugh Brown Sr. of 716 Carmel Ave., Madison. Fri. evening, Jan. 12, at Memorial Hospital. Survived by wife: Mrs. Estelle Davis Barnett of Madison. Six daughters: Mrs. Betty Williams, of Columbia, Mrs. Nancy Russell. Montgomery, Ala., Mrs. Peggy Tedford, Knobknobster, Mo.. Mrs. Diane Owens, Mrs. Beverly Elizabeth Walker, both of Madison, Mrs. Burbon Elaine Morgan, of Nashville; three sons: Daniel Davis Barnett, Hugh Barnett Jr., both of Old Hickory, Charles Douglas Barnett, of Madison; two sisters: Mrs. Annie Mae Turbyfield Columbia, S.C., Mrs. Mariye Eddlemon of Nashville; two brothers: John D. Barnett, of Madison, William K. Barnett, of Nashville; 20 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. The remains are at Madison Funeral Home, 219 Old Hickory Blvd. where funeral services will be conducted Monday, Jan. 15, 1973, at 2:00 by Brother Donald Owens. Interment Spring Hill Ceme-t e r y. MADISON FUNERAL HOME, Directors, 868-9020. Murfreesboro, Tenn. JUDKINS, Benjamin (Ben) Rice Age 96, passed away Saturday Jan. 13, 1973 at the home of his daughter. Survived by five daughters: Mrs. Vera Bennett, Mrs. Bessie Nokes, Mrs. Allie Mae Stevens, all of Nashville; Mrs. Mable Mofield, Murfreesboro, and Mrs. Rubie Lea, Lebanon; two sons: Lonnie Judkins, Portland, Riley Judkins, Nashville; two brothers: Shel-ton Judkins, Houston, Tex., Roscoe Judkins, Lancaster, Tenn.; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great 'great grandchildren. Remains are at the Jennings and Ayers Funeral Home, where services will be held Monday morning Jan. 15, 1973 at 11:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. C. M. Baggett, assisted by Rev. James Clouse. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Nashville. LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME, Lebanon, In charge of arrangements. Lebanon, Tenn. ALSUP, Rosie Lee Age 69,at her home in Rutherford County. Survived by one sister: Bessie Lanier, Mt. Juliet, Tenn.; one brother: Ira Lane, Old Hickory; several nieces and nephews. Remains are at the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home, where services will be held Monday, Jan. 15, 1973, at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Bro. Windell Byrd.' Friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment Wilson County Memorial Gardens. LIGON AND BOBO, Lebanon, in charge of arrangements. FRASER, Mr. Field (Phil) Suddenly Sunday morning, January 14, 1973. Survived by wife, Mrs. Lottie Fraser; brother, Dr; Leon Fraser, Trenton, NX; other, relatives and friends. Complete , funeral arrangements announced later. WILLIAM GUNTER AND SONS, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS.

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