Milestones, Nov. 7, 1955

Died. William Woodward Jr., 35, socialite and tiger-hunting sportsman, owner of the famed Belair Stud (the colt Nashua); in Oyster Bay, N.Y. (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS).

Died. Anthony Ross, 49, actor of the screen (The Country Girl), TV and stage (the original Gentleman Caller in The Glass Menagerie); of a heart attack in his sleep, after completing a performance of his featured role, the boozy professor in the current Broadway hit Bus Stop; in Manhattan.

Died. Edgar E. Rand, 50, president since 1950 of International Shoe Co. of St. Louis, the nation's largest shoe manufacturers (1954 sales: $246,800,000), with 64 factories, two rubber plants...

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