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THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, Monday, August 18, 1958 Moon Rocket Explodes 77 Seconds After Firing (Continued from Page 1) be much better as the moon probe program progresses. "It was a major accomplishment just to get the missile off today in the specified time," Schriever said. Split second timing is required for a moon launching. Because of the complex celestial mechanics involved such as the moon's rotation around the earth the launching team was resrticted to only a 15-minute span within which to fire the rocket. It blazed straight up just four minutes after the planned zero hour of 7:14 A.M. (EST). A huge stream of yellow flame roared from the exhausts as it climbed steadily for about 40 seconds. Then, just after it veered toward the northeast, a cloud of white smoke appeared. Most of the 150 newsmen observing the shoot from about a mile away believed it to be the first stage burnout and ignition of the second stage. Even as it plummeted back to earth, the missile continued to relay telemetry signals. " The satellite, which weighed 83 pounds, carried special equipment to radio back pictures of the moon especially the unknown dark side which never faces the earth. It also would relay data on the impact of tiny meteorites and the magnetic fields of the earth and moon. f For more than two hours before It was fired, the missile stood exposed, its protective launching stand rolled off to one side, as the orderly preliminary check or countdown proceeded. It glistened In the warm morning sunlight, the Thor body white with encrusted frost and the slender upper part a graceful silver spear. " Plumes of white vapor from the liquid oxygen within drifted gently out of a vent halfway up the rocket's side. Frost accumulated on the icy exterior of the oxygen tank. The frost strange looking in the hot sunlight formed as XT wGsd I of is" CE'esira for VJMq Family A "food looks" cream for family skin problems! 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If the missile had behaved as planned, the Thor first stage eight feet in diameter and weighing more than 100,000 pounds would have exhausted its fuel and dropped away two minutes and 37 seconds after launching. FTC Accused Of Ignoring False Toothpaste Ads WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. VP) A House committee said today the Federal Trade Commission has fallen down on the job of halting false advertising of toothpaste. The committee said the federal policing agency also has completely ignored the serious problem of deceptive advertising o f tranquilizer drugs. The government operations committee gave its views in twin reports based on hearings by a subcommittee headed by Hep. John A. Blat-nik (D. Minn.). The congressman said the FTC should ask toothpaste makers to submit scientific proof of their advertised claims, as the agency is now requiring of cigarette makers. 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Leaves skin supple, clean and clear. Its delicate fragrance soon disappears, yet, the beneficial result is long-lasting because Esoterica works under the skin. - Pimple 4 0 Stubborn outward pimple and blackheads respond fast. Esoterica, the medicated cream, clears up skin troubles where other creams have failed. No longer need you suffer the embarrassment and loneliness caused by these unsightly blemishes. Apply Esoterica at night tomorrow, your mirror will reveal a clearer, brighter and smoother skin. It's "date bait." It's not a cover-up. It penetrate deep te work from inside out. Death HAXSOX P. ANDERSON Hanson P. (Captain) Anderson, 72, of 2311 Morrison Ave., died this morning in a Tampa hospital. A native of Maryland, and a former resident of Crystal River, he lived in -Tampa for the last 15 years. Mr. Anderson was a retired merchant seaman. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice Anderson, Tampa; four sons, Richard A. Anderson, Tampa: Lt. Col. George L. Anderson, St. Peters-j burg; Hanson Perry Anderson,' Jr., Ocala; MSgt. Edward L. Anderson, Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City; a daughter, Mrs. John H. Sohl, Jr. Nashville, Tenn.; a sister, Mrs. Clyde Gregory, Essex Junction, Vt., a brother, Lester Anderson, Baltimore, Md., and eight grandchildren.. CARLTON GAY Carlton Gay, 40, of Wildwood, Fla., died Saturday afternoon at a local hospital. A native of Mt. Vernon, Ga. he had been a resident of Wildwood for the last seven years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Opal Eloise Gay; two sons, Carlton Gay, Jr. and Jerry James Gay; two daughters, Miss Ruby Mattie Gay and Miss Opal Etheleen Gay, all of Wildwood; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gay of Tampa; three brothers, Edward Gay, Tampa; Therman Gay, W. Palm Beach and Barney Gay, Jr., Rubonia, Fla.; eight sisters, Mrs. Jackie Middleton, Leland, Miss., Mrs. Nira Veasey, Asta-tula, Fla.; Mrs. Beebe Prather, Cocoa, Fla.; Miss Runell Gay, Tampa; Miss Ida Bell Gay, Tampa; Miss Vivinia Gay, Tampa; Miss Caroline Gay, Tampa and Mrs. Nellie Watts, Valrica. GERALD D. BRAMAN Gerald D. Braman, 47, of Rus-kin, died yesterday morning at a Tampa hospital. A native of Reading, Mich., he had been a resident of Ruskin for the last 30 years. He was a member of the DeSota Lodge No. 105, F&AM. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Edith Braman, of Ruskin; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Smith, LaGrange, Ind., and Mrs. Lou Beatty, Angola, Ind.; three brothers, Marion Braman, Sand Creek, Mich., Hugh Braman, Hillsdale, Mich., and Perry Braman, Dearborn, Mich. WILLIAM HENRY JONES PLANT CITY, Aug. 17. (Special) William Henry Jones, 65, of Rt. 1, Lithia, died in a local hospital Saturday. He was a native of Adel, Ga., but has been a resident of the Lithia section for the past 39 years. He was engaged in farming until health caused him to retire. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara S. Jones, Lithia; five daughters, Mrs. E. L. Allen, Welcome; Mrs. Mabry Purvis, Keysville; Mrs. Sally Wilson, Mrs. L. L. Gatlyn, both of Tampa and Mrs. Lee Peeples, Jacksonville; three sons, Cye E. Jones, Lithia; W, H. Jones, Jr., Keysville, and C. J. Jones, Mulberry; a sister, Mrs. Lee Car-michael, Starke, and 21 grandchildren. WILBUR C. RAY Wilbur C. Ray, 54, of 3110 Douglas St., died Saturday in a Tampa hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Melvina Ray, Tampa; a son, Erwin Ray, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Helen Bailey, Detroit, Mich., and two grandchildren. WILMOT A. BURGH SEBRING, Aug. 17. (By Staff Writer) Wilmot A. Burgh, 68, who came here 18 months ago from Roslyn, Wash., died today. Five Injured In Three-Car Crash On Dale Mabry Five people were injured last night in a three-car auto collision at Dale Mabry Highway and Sligh Ave. Sheriff's Deputies Tom Graham and John Barr, who investigated the accident, said charges are pending. They said Mrs. Sarah Raf-ferty, 57, 6816 North Sterling Ave., was admitted to Tampa Hospital for treatment of injuries received when a station wagon, driven by her husband, George, 58, overturned in the collision. The deputies said others Injured in the accident, in addition to the Rafferty couple, were E. B. Ware, 52, of Lutz, Raymond Ware, 30, of Battle Creek, Mich., and Thurmond Bailey, 42, of rural Tampa. All were treated at Tampa Hospital. U. S. Actor In England Killed In Auto Crash BIRKENHEAD, England, Aug. 17. VP) American Actor Bonar Colleano perished in an automobile accident here early today. His car smashed through a fence while he was on his way home from a theater at nearby Liverpool. Fellow actor Michael Balfour, a passen- V Colleano ger in the car, was taken to a hospital for treatment of cuts and shock. Colleano, born Bonar William Sullivan in New York in 1924, had spent most of his career in Britain. He had just finished playing the lead in Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter in a three-week run at the new Shakespeare Theater in Liverpool. THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Published every morning by The Tribune Company from The Tribune Building, Lafayette and Morgan Streets. Tampa. Florida. Entered as second class matter at the Postof-fice at Tampa, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily k Daily Sunday Sunday Only Only 1 Year $26.00 115.60 $10.40 8 Month 13.00 7.80 5.20 1 Month i.17 1.30 .90 1 Week .50 .30 -20 Subscription payable In advance. Member of Associated Press. Member of Audit Bureau of Circulations. Young Nephew Of Minister Drowns During Baptism EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio. Aug. 17. (JP) A young man was drowned while being baptized in Beaver Creek near here this afternoon, sheriff's deputies reported. . He was identified as Cline Cogar, 21, of Grantsville, W. Va., a nephew of The Rev. Gallard McCartney, who was conducting the baptismal service. Deputy Robert Miller said The Rev. Mr. McCartney went into a state of shock and was unable to give a coherent story of what happened, but it was believed that Cogar slipped from his uncle's grasp as he was immersed and drowned before he could be rescued. The young man was pronounced dead at city hospital here. Former State Attorney For Dade Succumbs MIAMI, Fla., Aug. 17. (JP) George A. Brautigam, 52, former state's atorney for Dade County, died of a heart attack at Mercy Hospital today. Brautigam, who had no previous history of heart trouble, became ill at his Coral Gables home about midnight and died at 2:15. His physician gave the cause of death as "a coronary thrombosis." Brautigam had been scheduled to make a fishing trip to the Isle of Pines over the weekend but cancelled it Friday. He was in good spirits and jovial with friends and his family Saturday night. Survivors include his widow, the former Dorothy Martin; four children, George A. Jr., David Martin, Gay Ann and Dyan Marie; his mother, Mrs. Bertha Brautigam of Miami Shores; a brother, Henry A. Brautigam of Miami, and a sister, Mrs. Richard Walther of Chicago. Funeral Notices ANDERSON, HANSON (CAPTAIN) P. Funeral services for Mr. Anderson, 72. of 2311 Morrison Ave., who passed away Sunday morning, will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the B, Marion Reed Co., Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Piatt St. Dr. W. H. Kadel, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Orlando, formerly of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Mvrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be his four sons, Richard, Lt. Col. George, Hanson, MSgt. Edward and Gus Reader, and Henry D. Williams. BRAMAN, GERALD D. Funeral services for Mr. Gerald D. Braman, 47, of Ruskin, Fla., will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home with The Rev. R. E. Rutland, Jr., pastor of the Tampa Heights Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. DeSoto Lodge No. 105, F&AM will have charge of the graveside aervices. FIEBER, JULIUS C Funeral services for Mr. Julius C. Fieber, 81, of 1833 27th Ave., will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at .the Jennings Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. GAT, CARLTON The remains of Mr. Carlton Gay, 40, of Wildwood, Fla., will be sent this afternoon to the Page-Theus Funeral Home, Leesburg, Fla., for services to be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Orange Home Baptist Mission. Friends may call at the Jennings Funeral Home today until 3 o'clock. JONES, WILLIAM HENRY Funeral services for Mr. William H. Jones, of Rt. 1. Litchia, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Beulah Baptist Church. Rev. Charlie Grey and Rev. W. T. Bridges will officiate. Interment in Beulah Cemetery. The following will serve as pallbearers and please meet at the church at 3:45 o'clock; T. L. Smith, Olin Smith, Bob Grey, Doris Grey, Tom Hatcher and John Cochran. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Clara S. Jones, Lithia; daughters. Mrs, E. L. Allen, Welcome, Mrs. Mabry Purvis, Keysville, Mrs. Sally Wilson and Mrs. L. L. Gatlyn, both of Tampa, Mrs. Lee Peeples, Jacksonville; sons, Cye E. Jones, Lithia, W. H. Jones, Jr., Keysville, and C. J. Jones, Mulberry; sister, Mrs. Lee Carmichael, Starke, and 21 grandchildren. Wells Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. SCHULTZ, MRS. LODISE W. Funeral services for Mrs. Louise W. Schultz, 56, of 12707 Forrest St., will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Zion Lutheran Church, with The Rev. James L. Vogt, pastor of the Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. The remains will lie in state at the church from 10 o'clock Tuesday morning until service time. Arrangements are in charge of the Duval Funeral Home. SMITH, MRS. PAULINE Mrs. Pauline Smith, age 70, of 3104 Massachusetts Avenue passed away Saturday. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with The Rev. Henry G. M. Wolter, of Zion Lutheran Church officiating. The remains will then be sent to the Albert E. Ziehm Funeral Home, Cleveland. Ohio, for services and interment. STAUDTE, PAUL E. Funeral services for Mr. Paul E. Staudte, 77, resident of 85il Mulberry St., who passed away Thursday night in a hospital In Baltimore, Md., will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Rev. James H. Ragsdale, pastor of the First Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church will officiate. Inter ment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Harris B. Sanders. Jack Sanders, H. C. Crawley, Homer B. Pasmore, C. L. Gilkl-son and Guy Knecht. WARD. NIGEL Funeral services for Nigel Ward. 4, of 3703 W. Hillsborough, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home with The Very Reverend Harold Brown Hoag, rector of St. Andrews Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be Philip Seager, Tom Shealy, Jim Peeples and Bob Harkness. ARMENIAN 4602 N. Armenia Ave. Ph. RE 6-3143 SPECIAL! i Hoover Uprights Rebuilt and New $9S From up Tampa Vacuum Cleaner Exchange 1901 Nebraska Ph. 2-1471 Ex-Tampans Get Cuban Sandwiches By Airliner WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. (jp) There was a Cuban sandwich party here yesterday. But it was different. The 240 sandwiches were flown here on a commercial airliner from Tampa. Dale Conklin and Jack Sammon, former Tampa residents who now work for an ice cream firm here, thought up the idea. They drummed up interest among other employes and ordered the sandwiches flown from Tampa. When the fare arrived, everyone gathered around four banana boxes at the plant and had his fill. Some even plan to put their sandwiches in freezers for the future. The sandwiches, made of Cuban bread, contain such things as fresh pork, smoked ham, salami and cheese. "I used to think it was terrible when we'd drive 35 miles to get a sandwich," Mrs. Conklin said. "You know what this means? These boys are homesick. Traffic Barred In Beirut To Thwart Bombings BEIRUT, Lebanon, Aug. 17. (JP) The government announced tonight it is sealing off the heart of Beirut in an effort to end the bombings that still shake the uneasy truce in Lebanon's revolt. The order closing the area will bar entry to all private automobiles and taxis. Only doctors and what the government terms essential personnel will be permitted to drive into the zone. The order is effective at midnight tonight and comes in addition to a nightly curfew. Bombings of business places in the center of the city have been occurring regularly since Lebanon's civil strife began last May. The blasts have been part of a drive to enforce a general strike called by the rebels. MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR IN DESKS, TABLES, CHAIRS. FILES and Many Other Hems WE HAVE BOTH WOOD STEEL BOTH NEW nd USED USED OFFICE FURNITURE SUPER MARKET, INC. 104 N. FRANKLIN PH. 3-744S ; ! ' ' ! ! v ' Xp - , ! f0CC jjj05 iS ational 1 THE CHAHGE! NATIONAL CORNER FRANKLIN AND TWIGGS ESTABUSHFD 1894 COMPLETE Polk Girl Drowns In Lake WINTER HAVEN, Aug. 17. (Special) Fire department rescue squads at 2:53 P.M. today recovered the body of three-year-old Myra Lee Ellis of Winter Haven from Crystal Lake near Eagle Lake where she had drowned late Saturday. The child apparently fell from a boat about 7:30 P.M. Saturday and squads from Winter Haven, Eagle Lake, Auburn-dale, Bartow and other fire departments of the county worked through the night and into Sunday afternoon dragging the lake for the child whose body was finally located in deep water near the scene of the accident. The little girl and another small child named Smith were riding in the motorboat of Earl Beasley, 35, which was towing his son Dennis Beasley on water skis. The Beasley boy fell from his skis and the boat returned to 3-DAY SPECIAL RECONDITIONED Easy u T I ermS Sewing PH. 4-1392 MOST MODERN O MOST I f automatic darner 1 i r ' I h 0,,LY U u Is Irnfe-fe- TRIAL I Exchange Special Chex are truly personalized. Each check is handsomely imprinted with your name and address not merely machine stamped. You pay onl.v as you use. Simply deduct 10c from your balance each time you write a check. There are no other charges ... no checks to buy. Know the safety, convenience and prestige of your otvn Exchange Special Chex account. 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