The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on November 2, 1947 · 12
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12-A THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION Sun., Noy. 2, 1947 Automobile Mishaps Injure 11 In Rain, Heavy Game Traffic Kainy weather coupled with increased traffic of the TXike-Tech football weekend sent 11 persons to Grady Hospital in a series of accidents in Atlanta. PERRY, Nov. 1 Mrs. John Motorcycle patrolman H. I... Ap- who was treated at Grady Hos-. Hicks Hodfces, member of a ptomi-rme received painful injuries P't1 an(1 dismissed. .... 'nent Houston Conty family and vhen a car knocked him down as hv nnnalH Monr snfi Mnr. h was directing traffic at North inrt Avenue, N. E., collided with Avenue and Spring Street follow-in? the Georgia Tech-Duke game. Appling chased the car on loot, r-.;. nn was 90 years old Mrs. Hodges had been bedrid- Gen. Hodges' Mother Dies At Perry mother o. Gen. Courtney Hicks Hodges, of the U. S. First Army, a Ford driven by J. C. Glisson, died at her home here Saturday 2117 Ridgedale Road, N. E (afternoon after a Jong illness. She mwi c a vox, LuiiiaaiuiK tnr iwu girls, turned over and landed on den for th-i last three years and arresting H. T. Smith, of Copper )its 'op on the sjdewalk in front i-iiu, Tenn., on charges or drunk o' Stone s Garage. while driving and leaving the Mrs. Jennie Lou Adams, 48, of her death was not unexpected, scene of an accident. Appling 191 Doane St., S. E., was admitted She was born near Perry and went to Grady Hospital for exami- to Grady Hospital with head in-. had lived here all her life. Her nation. " ! juries and a possible fractured j husband, John Hicks Hodges, was Two Meen-ased girls were in- skull after being struck by an auto; editor of the Houston Home Jour-lured late Friday night in a col- at the corner of Pryor and Beuna j nal from 1880 to his death in 1926. iiioi in the rear of the Ansley Vista Streets about noon Satui- She was r member of the Perry Hotel. day. iMethodist Church and a civic lead- The Eirls wer" Miss Sue Simp-' Police arrested Joseph Ed. West, er. She headed the DAR Chapter son. 17. of 573 Morgan Street, N. of 409 Peachtree St., releasing him here at one time before she be-E , v hose condition was described on $1,000 bond on charges of reck- came ill. Before her marriage she a' Grady Saturday as fair, and 'less driving. 'was Miss Catherin? Victoria Nor- Vi Kathleen Smith. 18, of 892 j Two Fulton County patrolmen wood, a , member of a widely Fonte He Leon Avenue, N. E.,t received back injuries Saturday (night when a car crashed into the back end of their car stopped at the traffic light on Peachtree St. near Brookwood Station. The injured policemen were taken to Grady Hospital. They were William A. Phillips and Carl T. Barnett. OIDII IT MAIl FROM - 585 lack . iCh 2 ro W ilijh aw known family., In addition tc Gen. Hodges, Mrs. Hodges is survived by seven other children, John L. Hodges, Ordinary of Houston County; Mrs. T. L. Hendrix, Mrs. Sam P. Houser, Mrs. T. D. Mason, Sr., and Mrs. Ethel Williams, all of Perry; !cw "NT UnlrTac r-f Aflviffs on4 v. n l i l ii, iiuuti V- l iiuaiita, dill U AW Leader To Decline Fulton County Police Capt. ; Miss Theresa D. Hodges, of Peters-John Davis and Patrolman W. D. burg, Va. Browning, together with City Pa-; Funeral arrangements will be trolmen C. H. Strickland and C. T. announcec by the Gardner Watson Dopson, booked charges of reck- Funeral Home, of Perry. lace rtriinn rt.iriH nrtnmt H T Howington, of the Colonial Terrace Hotel. A Negro pedestrian was the only victim of a three-way auto collision Saturday afternoon on McDaniel Street. He was listed at Grady Hospital as Buck Camj- holl rt SIR Tinhhine St 5 W Two rnrs rnllirlpri slririHincr intn DETROIT, Nov. 1 (UP) R. J a third and knocking Campbell i?8. Vice p,r5si(?ent of the CI over. .United Auto Workers, declared Mrs. Marilin Altrock, 19. of 6o Saturday that he was taking a Huntington Rd., was dismissed stand with CIO Chief Philip Mur-from Grady Hospital and sentlraynd wo;i,d refuse to sign a home with a brain concussion l"on:ConlmunT,ft affidavit required Saturday afternoon after being ;by Taft-Hartlev Law-struck by an automobile. Police i Thomas denied that top officers IoHcpH rharcrc ar,a,rc a t 'of the big auto union have agreed rhael. Jr.. 142 Mohile Ave!. ri"riverito bow to a National Labor Rela-I of the car. Itions Board deadline and comply A nine-vear-old girl was hit b.y!wih the ,abor art Provision in a car while rrnssintr thA maH in! order to make use of NLRB facili- Frank R. Lusk, WU Supervisor, Succumbs at 58 Frank R. Lusk, 58, night supervisor of Western Union and an employee of the company for the past 32 years, died early Saturday i at Emory University Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be I announced by H. M. Patterson St I Son. j A native of Walhalla, S. C, Mr. I Lusk had been livinig in Atlanta since 1909. He was a member of the W. D. Luckie Masonic Lodge, the West End Business Men's Association, and a steward in the Park Street Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Mrs. W. S. Cox; two grandchildren. Billy and Frank Cox; a sister, Mrs. J. B. McMahan, of Seneca, S. C. R. P. Garrett Dies In Vet Hospital Const i tut inn Stat N- Serv)r. WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 Roger P. Garrett, 33, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Garrett, of Washington, died Friday at a veterans' hospital in Asheville, N. C. During World War II he served in the United States Army Air Forces as a radio operator until his health failed. Funeral services will be held Sunday from Rehc-both Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Besides his parents Mr. Garrett is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Ralph Sayer, of Tignall, and Mrs. Eugene Adams, of Decatur; three brothers, William H. Garrett, of Tignall; Henry T. Garrett, of Knoxville, Tenn., and Lamar B. Garrett, of Jacksonville, Fla. Rites at Colquitt For Mrs. Z. Toole Constitution State News Srvire. COLQUITT, Nov. 1 F u n e r a 1 services for Mrs. Zula Brown Toole. 79, founder and editor of the Miller County Liberal nere for plmost half a century, who died at Merritt Hospital after a long illness, were held Thursday in the Baptist Church. The Rev. Wood row Flynn. Pastor, officiated, assisted by the Rev. James A. Duren, of Meigs, and the Rev. Whit Aiken, Donalsonville. Interment was in the City Cemetery, with Colquitt Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. G. J. Kimbrel, Sr., and Mrs. Bert Priest, Colquitt; Mrs. Roy Jones, Donalsonville; one son, Joseph E. Toole, Colquitt; one sister, Mrs. Ona Pridgen. Eldorendo; three brothers. J. F. Brown, Roh-wer. Ark.; C. A. Brown, McGehee, Ark.; J. E. Brown. Eldorendo. Mrs. Toole was the wife of the late Joe Toole, and was the daughter of Samuel and Eldorendo Virginia Brown, of Decatur County. She attended the schools at Bain-bridge and Andrew Female College, Cuthbert. She was a charter member of the Colquitt Baptist Church. Irs.J.H.Studdard Dies at Residence Mrs. J. , H. Studdard, of 4fif$! 'Hardendoi Ave., rT. E., a resident: of Atlanta for about, a year, died. Saturday at her home. j Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. l . Monday in the Harmony Baptist Church, in Monroe. Burjal will be in the family cemetery. , Mrs. Studdard. a native of Monroe, is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Jeff Whitley, Mrs. Foster Baccus, Mrs. ueverley Howard, and Mrs. Golden Malcom, all of Monroe, and Miss Lillie Studdard, Of Atlanta; six sons, Cary L. Stud dard. Joseph W. Studdard and Roy J. Studdard, all of Atlanta, and Ed P. Studdard, Cleveland Studdard and Lewis Studdard. all of Monroe; a sister, Mrs. S. H. Don-ialdson, of Atlanta; a brother, C. T. I Queen, of Monroe; 14 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Army Band Concert The 256th Army Band, directed by W. O. Ollie Blomfelt, will present a concert from 4:15 to 5 p. m. today at Hedekin Field, Ft. Mc-Pherson. Col. G. M. Halloran, Commanding Officer of the post, announced. No admission will be 1 charged, and the public is invited. National Guard Lures Ex-Medical Captains Georgia physicians who emerged from the war with the rank of captain in the Medical Corps of the Army will be commissioned in the Georgia National Guard as majors, if they offer their services before next Jan. 1, Adjt. Gen. Alpha A. Fowler, Jr., has announced. Declaring the arrangement ha been made 1o speed up the flow of new recruits, by providing each unit with a qualified physician a a medical officer, Adjt. Gen, Fowler termed the move "a body blow to one of the Guard's most serious handicaps a shortage of medical officers." (em EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED ADM. (KUMHN Optometrist Hours: 8:30 A. M.-5:30 P. M. Doily 8 Forsyth. V. MAin 7398 (NEXT TO Bl ALTO THEATRE) LENSES DUPLICATED CONTACT LENSES 0 GJD 0&Q QQ&Cb U GREAT FOR BLANKETS MATTRCSSCS RUaS UPHOLSTERY FLOORS MOULDINGS CLOTHES RADIATORS if You Can't Com In , WRITE OR PHONE FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION CYpress 8263 406 PEACHTREE ST., N. L i rfv : . - r 4 4i "' JUNIOR SIZES 9 TO 15 . . . you'll (ool 0 niff Candy irtMl ton tpifi with bright wor end gsyly-colord button, j Whitehall and Forsyth Streets. PH whit pqu cellar. Twlv-row lo- 1 T il 1 K thirriee hoe your weit, flivM th SaiTlUGl UUtlCr DlGS fvN ikirt ee'd'ee' twing. Woihobl. Writ lor Holiday and Spring Catalog JINO NO MONET rSrfl tetrafectieit mt meny back front, of her home. She suffered painful bruises. She was Eugenia McBrayer, of 998 Hemphill Ave., N. W. The car was driven by W. M. Brown, of 1770 Howell Mill Rd., police said. T. W. Dorsev. Neero. of 97fi Hunter St.. S. W., was knocked vlsl?n- . . ' , ' Thomas said in telegrams to urday morning at the corner of j Paul Herzog, Chairman, and Rob- ties. He refuted an announcement by UAW President, Walter P. Reuthe'r Friday night that the Union's 22-man Policy-Making Executive Board had voted to comply with the non-Communist affidavit pro- I 557 FLORIDA 'VaAA Spring and Mitchell Sts. Police said he received a broken leg. Jesse Appling, 53, of 245 Doane St.. S. E., was treated for injuries at Grady Hospital early Saturday morning following an accident at In Private Hospital S Pleasr ead me - c 11 Smrr I will mt totmio l for 5 85 plui potrape and CO D. " cBarge. I mmj rrruro parcnue witft- 5 10 dars for full refund if oof com e. pletcly taritried. (Yon tw CO D. if tv ndantf purtbmto prit plut 20e for pottstt; lmr refund prtvtirf ) S Grch? t II IS is Orel Color: IS BLUE 5 Name Addma Gr f-rttr L ' ! Samuel Butler, 50, of 967 Dew ey St., S. W., a veteran employee! of thp Gporiria Pnwer Cnmnanv.i died Saturday night in a private J SuCCUmbs at 66 ert Denham, General Counsel of the NLRB, the newspaper stories "to the effect the UAW will sign Taft-Hartley affidavits nre completely without basis in fact and without foundation." He did not deny that Reuther had ordered a poll of the Board on the issue, but said he had voted against signing the affidavits and was "taking my stand with President Murray and will not sign." K . &m MMW ff w ( F V G 3)' 5 Mrs. Ruth Counts hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by J. Allen Couch & Son. Surviving are his wife; a daughter. Mrs. G. W. New, of Atlanta; a son, John D. Butler, of Atlanta; his mother, Mrs. J. W. Butler, of Villa Rica; two sisters. Mrs. A. L. Mrs. Ruth M. Counts, 66, of 385 Cherokee Ave., S. E., wife of T. J. Counts, died Saturday at her home after a long illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by J. Austin Dillon Company. Mrs. Counts, the former Miss DISTINCTIVE SECRETARY pp Wo mi ft I. ; i r 1 w Buth Manly, was a member of Robertson and Mrs. Guy Norton.-fthe Park Avenue Baptist Church. bolh of Atlanta; four brothers, B. She had been active in women's O Butler. J. C. Butler, .7. M. But- work in the church before her le'r and H. L. Butler, all of At-'illness. lanta, and a grandchild. I Surviving, in addition to her nusDana, are a oaugmer, miss (Marguerite Counts, of Atlanta; a brother, Claude Manly, of Greensville, S. C, and several nieces and nephew-s. Paul F. Duggan Dies, Retired Educator Funeral services for Paul F. Duggan, 80, retired Middle Georgia educator, will be held at the chapel of H. M. Patterson and Son here today at 2 p. m., and ! burial will be made in Crest Lawn. Mr. Duggan died Thursday at a hotel here where he had lived for several years. ' Born near Dudley. Mr. Duggan was the son of Dr. James Duggan and the nephew of Dr. Ivey W. Duggan, at one time President of Mercer University. He taught at Brooklet and Pembroke, and later was Superintendent of Wilkinson County Schools. Mr. Duggan is survived by four sons, L. Nathaniel Duggan, of Newark, N. J.; William B. Duggan, of Salem Depot, N. H.; Malcolm R. Duggan, of Bradenton, Fla., and Francis F. Duggan, of Chicago, 111. In Beautiful Mahogany Veneer Special at Only GS) 50 and up AH the warm, personal charm of old Colonial styling is reflected in this lovely secretary. ABBOTT FURNITURE CO. 207 Marietta St., N. V. LA. 3946 As? VA. ROM HOLZ s 5 -X- MORTUARY RONALD M. WILSON Bonald M. Wilson, eight-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Wilson, Jr., of 695 Pryor St.. S. W., died Saturday in a private hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by J. Austin Dillon Company. MRS. KATE GARDNER BIVINGS Funeral servires for Mrs. Kate Gardner Bivings. of 809 Crestridge Dr., N. E., who died at her home Friday, were con-durted at 4:30 p. m. Saturday at Spring Hill. Burial was in West View Cemetery. MISS MVRTICE M. 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