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t-A THE TAMPA TRIBUNE. Thursday. October 5. 1961 Raybu 9 rns Condition Serious DALLAS, Oct. 4 m House Speaker Sam Rayburn's condi tion remained unchanged still serious at Baylor Hospital today. Attending physicians said , they did not know definitely Vhat is ailing the 79-year-old Texan and may not know for several iays. They professed ; Uncertainty whether an exploratory operation would be neces- l ary. j-'1 Under heavy sedation, Ray-f 'burn was receiving no visitors ' Mother than immediate relatives, r- His sisters, Mrs. W. A. Thomas lot Dallas and Mrs. Robert Bart-Jey of Bonham, Tex., spent sev- ,erai minutes wnn mm. j. ' "Get well" messages poured I In by telegraph and telephone Mi'rom all over the country, 'I ney '-t Included a call from Vice Presi dent Lyndon B. Johnson. Ray-r;burn received none of the mes sages personally. Entered Hospital Monday T'TRayburn was sent to the hos- t.pital late Monday for medical r tests after failing to respond to f-treatment for an ailment that 'caused him to abandon his post vas speaker almost a month be-fore Congress adjourned. When Rayburn returned to r liis Bonham farm more than a month ago, he and close friends p had the impression he was suffering from lumbago. He had '"lost considerable weight and his normally ruddy complexion had paled. A medical bulletin issued by t -the hospital at 5 p.m. said Ray-; Iburn had a comfortable day. ; "Tests are still being made . and will continue tomorrow as i l diagnostic studies have not yet -; been reached as to his exact condition. There is no signifi-cant change in his general con- dition." ' , : Rev. Homer Bain, Former Tampa ; Pastor, Dies The Rev. Homer A. Bain I Sr pastor of Redland Corner rnunity Methodist Church at -1 Homestead and former pastor I of Sara Spencer Memorial I Methodist Church, died Tues- day at his home. Rev. Bain l served as pastor of Sara Spencer Memorial Church from 1944 to 1948. Survivors include his l" widow Mrs. Lelia Bain; sons Homer Jr. and Donald Bain; and a daughter, Lehoma. Also - surviving is a brother, Luther i Bain, living in Texas. Burial services will be at Linden near Groveland Friday after-I, noon at 3 o'clock. Funeral Notices CORDON, MRS. JTJUA E. Funeral r. services for Mrs. Julia E. Gordon, 69, will be held Friday at 4:0O o'clock from the Wells Funeral Home Chapel '- with the Rev. N.T. Wise officiating. V Interment in Memorial Park Ceme--!-' tery. 'Pallbearers will please meet at V he chapel at 3:45 o'clock. Survivors include her husband, Albert W. Gor- aon. Plant city; one son, Ernest M. ' Prescott, Manchester, Conn.i one 3 sister, Mrs. Leo Bean, Plant Citv: one brother, Truman S. Huntlev, " Springfield, Mass.. and two grand- children. . CREGORT. SHELBY G. Funeral services for Mr. Shelby G. Gregory, 77, who passed away Tuesday night will be held Friday at ten o'clock in the Richardson Funeral Chapel on Meridian Avenue. Masonic services will be conducted by the Right Worshipful Richard S. Rosier, past district deputy Grand Master of the 18th Masonic district, assisted by officers and members of the Dade City Lodge, No. 48 F.&A.M. Those serving as honorary bearers are: Edward Auton, Bill Branas, Larry Watson, J. E. : Westbrook. Gerald Delong and Robert Kean. Remains will be sent to . Pine Bluff, Arkansas for further ' services and interment. JEVSEK. CHRISTIAN E. Funeral , services for Mr. Christian E. Jensen, ' ' 67, of 311 E. Ross Ave., will be conducted Friday morning at 9:00 ? i o'clock from the graveside of Orange " Hill Cemetery with Rev. Tom Kelsey, , associate pastor of the Seminole -: Heights Methodist Church officiating. " , Arrangements are in charge of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska -. Ave. IT'S the WSPm WONDERFUL HEARING! tit s.?s tt. V .w. v.w, v. v, w.w.'.MW.vw.VM 'a'.:::- ....'TO'mw 4 ' Jfn ; If : Hr'V it - ? S r ' i ' --a ' -..T..-vt..-..-.v.v.v--v-yrn-l.-nV"-V' ACTUAL SIZil - You must see and hear this mere wisp of a Sonotone hear-.' ing aid to believe it. As small as a peanut women cover it with a curl, men just tuck it ; behind; the ear. The smallest Sonotone ever, it weighs only IVi of an ounce (aid shown without tube or eartip). Yoii owe It to your hearing ; lo tea the wonderful "Wisp." I SONOTONE TAMPA Jarry Voy. Mgr. 210 WalUc S Bld9-, Ph. 2-3501 on TV Channel Fri. 7-7:30 P.M. O AIR CONDITIONED O FUNERAL HOME 24-HOUR SERVICE RE 6-2421 605 So. MacDHI Tribune Features Business .......... . . . .Z-B Classified Ads ...... . .945-D Comics V..........8-D.16-D Crossword "". ..... ... '8-LV Editorials . ,12-A Food Features Sections G-I Goren ;.14-A Graham 2-B Hopper 8-E Landers ...14-A Markets 6-8-D Morning After 1-D Porter 13-A Sports 1-5-D Theaters 8-E TV and Radio 2- Van Dellen 2-E Weather 7-D Wishing Well 8-E Women's News 14-16-A Funeral Notices JOILY, WILLIAM MARTIN Funeral svrviren fnr IVir. Wll lam Marun Jolly, 70, of 1221 E. Osborne, will bei o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave. with the Rev. J. Earl Tharp, pastor of the New Orleans Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Joe Fernandez. Howard Randall, John Whitten, John Scofield, conducted mis aiiernwm i;w Ira Smith and Lonnie Bisnop. K ATS, JOSEPH Funeral services for Mr. Joseph Kaus. 77. of 4304 snaaow lawn will be conducted this morning at 10:00 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, 38UO Nebraska Ave. with the Rev. E. S. Shockwell, retired Methodist minister officiating. Cremation will follow. LUNN, MAXIE EUGENE Funeral services tor Mr. Maxie tueene Lunn age 27, will be held today at 2:30 P.M. at the Church of God in Fort Meade. Rev. Y. W. Kidd ofticiaung. Burial wiU be in the New Hope Cemetery. Pallbearers are Vernal Ellis. Jimmie Coulter. Murray Wil liams, Fenwick (Buck) Hancock, Morris Lunn and Nelson Lunn. Seidel Funeral Home in charge of arrange ments. MEDLIN, MRS. FANNIE R. Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie K. Metliin, 78, of 343 E. Kirby St. will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Sulphur Springs Church of God, with the pastor, Kev. wunam F. Morris, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Jennings Funeral Home, 6901 Nebraska Ave. PAZO, MRS ELVIRA Funeral services for Mrs. Elvira Pazo, 67, of wmi E. Broadway will be held Thursday at 4 P.M. from the A. P. Boza Nebraska Chapel with interment in Colon Cemetery. PIKE. HERBERT SYDNEY Funeral services tor Mr. Herbert Sydney rwe, 81, of 3154 West Wilder Avenue, who passed away Tuesday afternoon at his residence will be conducted Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the Chapel of the C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home, 3419 Nebraska Avenue with the Rev. Millard L. Moore, pastor of the West Broad Street Baptist Mission officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. POWELL, MISS LINDA FA YE Local funeral services for Miss Linda Faye Powell, age 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sport Powell of Dade City, who passed away weanesaay mornuiK, will be held Thursday at 3 o'clock at the Powell home at 702 Warren Avenue, with the Rev. William Sut ley officiating. Final services and interment will be Saturday morning in Bonifay. Coleman and Ferguson Company is in charge of local ar rangements. RICE, BENNIE DAVID Mr. Bennie David Rice, age 72 of rural lampa Mnndav in a local hos pital. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the chapel ot me r. i. mourn -u. Fnnoral Home with the Rev. A. C. Teston, and the Rev. Leo S. Lacy officiating. Interment will be in Keystone Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Flovd Deik, J. n. BinnicKer, .hm. I Smith Sr.. John Steifel, .J. A. Dev. Brooks Baldwin. Honorary pallbearers will be R. M. Tennille, A. M. Fort, John SiJivy, Eddie Mes- sickr. J. W. B a r D e r, uarreu j McVay. SLOCUM, MRS. MABEL S. Funeral services for Mrs. ftiaoei s. aioeum, 79. of 208 W. Osborne Ave., will be conducted Friday afternoon at 2:00 o clock from the cnapei ot me waiters-Howard Funeral Service, opposite the University of Tampa, with the Rev. Richard Watson, the Pastor of the Seminole Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: James W. Crawford, Thomas Kirby, Fred Wilson, Melvln McPeak, Edward Leverett, and Mr. Hoffman. WALDRCP, MRS. JIMMIE SCE Fu neral services for Mrs. Jimmie sue Waldrup, 19, a native of Zavalla. Texas and a resident of Tampa for a short time, will be conducted this morning at 9:00 oclock witn Kev, Frank Bishop, pastor of Belmont Heignts Baptist cnurcn omciaiing. Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave. in charge of arrangements. WEEKS. JOSEPH CLTDE SR. Funeral services for Mr. Joseph Clyde Weeks, Sr., 67, of 1602 E. Louisiana Ave. will be conducted Friday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the chaoel of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., with the Rev. Max Stowe. pastor of the Calvary Presbyterian Church, officiating, assisted by Rev. Curtis Bradford, associate pastor of the 70th St. Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be: W. L. Campbell, Vincent Ward. A. L. Odin, R. R. Hannaway. I). L. Taylor, Jr., C. W. Tallman. Honorary pallbearers will be: George Bradford, Fev. Kirk Bradford, Raloh Perdue. John Sutton, Thomas Block and Emil Wonka. WING. RAYMOND ERIC Funeral services for Mr. Raymond Eric Wing Sr., 58, of Floral Citv, Florida will be held at 2:30 P.M. Friday, October 6. 1961 at the Chapel of Porter Funeral Home. Inverness with Reverend Homer Duagar of Floral City Baptist Church officiating. Floral Citv Ma sonic Lodge No. 133 will have charge of services at the Hills of Rest Mausoleum at Floral City. The family request no flowers; donation may be sent to Cancer Hinn. THE TAMPA TRIBCKE Published every morning by The Tribune Company from The Tribune Building. Lafayette nd Morgan Streets. Tampa, Florida. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Tampa. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1179. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sunday Only $15.69 7.80 1.30 Onlv 1 Vear ( Months 1 Month J26.0O 13.00 2.17 $10.40 S.20 .90 1 Week r rrrv . " " . -- JO .20 Member of Associated Press. Member of Audit Bureau ot Circu lauons. Deaths inTampa, Other Florida Cities JOHNT L. KENNEDY FORT MYERS, Oct. 4 John L. Kennedy, 85, of 2247 Euclid Ave. Fort Myers, died Tuesday in Fort Myers. A native of Port Deposit, Ala., he was a resi dent 01 Tampa, for 40 years. Mr. Kennedy lived in washing ton, D.C. for 17 years, where he was associated with the Audit ing Department . of the U.S. Government during that time, retiring 11 years ago and moved to Fort Myers. He was a mem ber of the First Baptist Church of Fort Myers, and Harmony Lodge F&AM of Washington. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Eleanor Kennedy, Fort Myers; three daughters, Mrs. W. E. Diaz, and Mrs. J. R. Perry, both of Tampa, and Mrs. Harry Whit- tuker, Daly, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. W. S. Beckner, Tampa, two granddaughters, and four great-granddaughters. MRS. ELVIRA PAZO Mrs, Elvira Pazo, 67, of 1824V2 7th Ave. died suddenly Wednesday in a local hospital. A native of Key West, Fla., she had resided in Tampa for over 46 years. She is survived by one brother, Angel Pazo ot Tampa; five nieces, Mrs. Lolita Valdes of Tampa, Mrs. Ern-estina Oyerra of Tampa, Mrs. Clorinda Valdes of New York, Mrs. Rogelia Garcia of Tampa, and Mrs. Margarita Bonilla of New York; and one nephew, Antonio Valdes of Tampa. JOSEPH C. WEEKS SR. Joseph Clyde Weeks Sr., 67, of 1602 E. Louisiana, died yes terday in a local hospital. A na tive of North Carolina, he had been a resident of Tampa for the past 3d years. He was a vet eran of World War I. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ger trude Mae Weeks; three sons, Joseph Clyde Weeks Jr., Gordon W. Weeks, John F. Weeks; one daughter, Mrs. W. L. Lynn, all of Tampa; four brothers, P. C Weeks of Clinton, N.C., Alton Weeks and R. D. Weeks, both of Newton Grove, N.C.; Wade Weeks, of Clinton, N.C.; two sisters, Hazel Mclam, and Mrs. Mary Lewis, both of Newton Grove, N.C.; also five grand children. JOHN C. WEAVER FORT MYERS, Oct. 4 (By Staff Writer) John Carl Weaver, three-week-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weaver, 2110 Meadow Lane, died today at Lee Memorial Hospital. Surviv ing, in addition to his parents, are his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. William I. Cruse, Fort Myers. WILLIAM C. VANDER LIPPE CLEARWATER, Oct. 4 William Charles Vander Lippe, 75, retired painter, died in Morton Funeral Notices IN MEMORIAM To Set. Clifford T Lutton, killed in Germany Oct. 5, 1944, Age iv. Gone from the earth so swiftly, Just like a flower in bloom. So young, so brave, so loving Yet called away so soon We shall meet him some bright morning, Resting bv waters fain Sgt. Clifford is waiting for our coming in me upper garden mere Safe in the arms of Jesus. Sadly missed by mother and three brothers. I plus 10 fed. lax I " I ff ff xmoer rackets ' L I IIS V V f I I 1 . V tt&il 9 I it' W. l lit li 'llf illi 111 Plant Hospital Tuesday. Mr. Vander Lippe came here from Chicago four years ago and lived at 1230 Lake Drive. He is survived by three sisters and one brother, all living in Holland WILLIAM M. JOLLY William Martin Jolly, 70. of 1221 East Osborne died yester day in a local hospital. A native of Dooley County, Georgia, he had been a resident of Tampa for the last 38 years. He was a deacon in the New Orleans Baptist Church. Survivors in elude his widow, Edna Jolly of Tampa; two sons, Perry Jolly of Jacksonville, Wyatt Jolly of Mount Dora; one daughter. Mrs. Eula Mae Acree of Tampa; two stepsons, Joe Padgett of Tampa; Gene Padgett of Hollywood, Fla.; one stepdaughter; Mrs, Doris Boggs of Tampa; three brothers, Dan Jolly of Pavo, Ga.; Jim Jolly of Webster. Fla.; John Jolly of Plant City; two sisters, Mrs. Donna Newton of Dawson, Ga.; Mrs. Mary Wood, Talla hassee; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews. MRS. JULIA GORDON PLANT CITY, Oct. 4 (Special) Mrs. Julia E. Gordon, 69, a resident of rural Plant City, died yesterday morning in a Lakeland hospital. She had been a resident of the Plant City area for 16 years and was a member of the First Methodist Church of Plant City. Survivors include her husband, Albert W. Gordon, Plant City; one son, Erenst M. Prescott, Manchester, Conn.; one sister, Mrs. Leo Bean, Plant City; one brother, Truman S. Huntley, Springfield, Mass., and two grandchildren. RICHARD R. EDDY MOUNT DORA, Oct. 4 (Special) Richard R. Eddy, 64, died today. Mr. Eddy had been a resident of Mount Dora for over 25 years. He was a veteran of World War I, a member of American Legion Post 35, Forty & Eight, past post commander; past sixth district legion commander, and past vice department commander in American Legion. Survivors include his widow, Margaret M. Eddy; a daughter, Carol; an aunt, Miss Bertha Eddy, Mount Dora. SHELBY G. GREGORY DADE CITY, Oct. 4 (Special) Shelby Gilmore Gregory, 77, died Tuesday at Jackson Memorial Hospital here. Born at Castellian Springs, Tenn., he moved to Dade City 17 years Repulsed PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Oct. 4 7P) Pakistan officials said Pakistani tribesmen today repulsed an attack by 500 Afghan soldiers and conscripts in the Bajaur area on the Pakistan-Afghan border. The officials said the attackers left behind a number of dead and wounded, and two Pakistani tribesmen were wounded. I SHOP THURSDAY M Cowhide Marshmallow Patent Tapestry Novelties l it u 9 Black Brown Navy Red Bone Hi-fashion shades R n USE YOUR REGULAR 30 DAY CHARGE ACCOUNT OR BUDGET YOUR PURCHASES WITH A MAAS BROTHERS' FLEXIBLE CHARGE ACCOUNT ago from Lake Village, Ark. Mr. Gregory was graduated from the Chicago School of Optometry and practiced in Nashville and Gallatin, Tenn. until 1930, when he retired. He was a member of Dade City Lodge 48, F.&A.M., and was a member of the Unitarian Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ina M. Gregory; four sons, ,Alvin O. and Gil-more Gregory of Nashville. Dale R. Gregory of Mortons- ville, Va. and Raymond O. Gregory of Ft. Detrick. Md two daughters, Mrs. Lanie Aus tin of Gallatin and Mrs. Jean Koehn of Madison, Tenn.; two step-sons, Corwin S. Lee and Hal Edward Lee of Pine Bluff, Ark., a step-daughter, Mrs Wesley Womack, Arkadelphia, Ark.; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Bennett, Dallas, Tex. and Mrs. Pink Searcy, Fort Worth, Tex.; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. MRS. THOMAS L. O'CONNOR MIAMI, . Oct. 4 m Mrs Thomas L. O'Connor. 75, of Sanford, died last night at the home of her daughter, where she had been staying for sev eral weeks. Mrs. O'Connor, twice a wid ow, leaves her daughter, Mrs. Lynn Whelchel, and six grand children. A son. Jack D. Peters, former president of the Tampa Rotary Club and the Chamher of Commerce, died earlier this year. MRS. LUCINDA B. RITClt LAKELAND, Oct. 4 (By Staff Writer) Mrs. Lucinda B. Ritch, 88, died yesterday In a nursing home here. Her residence was at 121 Swannanoa St. A native of Johnson City, Tenn., she had lived in Lakeland 43 years. Sur vivors include two daughters, Mrs. J. E. Wood, Lakeland, and Mrs. A. L. Tudor, Brandon. DEWEY LEE EDWARDS LAKELAND, Oct. 4 (By Staff Writer) Fifteen-month-old Dewey Lee Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Edwards of 501 Peachtree St., died yesterday in Lakeland General Hospital. Other survivors include a sister, Louise, two brothers, David and Dale Edwards, and grandmother, Mrs. Ida Edwards, all of Lake land. KARAN S. HENNECY KISSIMMEE, Oct. 4 (Special) Karan S. Henecy, 12-day-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Hennecy, of Denn-John Lane, Kissimmee, died in an Orlando hospital Wednesday. Other survivors include three sisters, Pamela Sue Hennecy, Kathy Lynn Hennecy and Nexa Ann Hennecy; a brother, Gabriel Marion Hennecy, all of Kissimmee; and grandparents, Mrs. Lucy H. Hennecy, Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baker Lakeland. ADVERTISEMENT Do you know the members of Hillsborough County Funeral Directors Assn.? The F. T. Blount Co. is a member. 51 01 Nebraska Ave. Ph.3-7336 'TIL 5:30 P.M., DOWNTOWN TAMPA; TIL 9 P.M., NORTH GATE m Pouches Totes Swaaaers Most with Inside Maas' Handbags . . . Tampa (Downtown and North Gate), Lakeland and Sarasota Florida Auto Toll TALLAHASSEE. Oct 4 (TP) One traffic death was reported on Florida highways during the past 24 hours. The summary for the 24 hours ended at 4 p.m.: Killed 1 Injured H2 Killed to date this yr,. . 819 Killed to date last yr.. . 927 Injured to date this yr.. 36,578 Injured to date last yr.. 34,490 U. of Florida Professor Dies GAINESVILLE, Oct. 4 (2P) Dr. Justin Edwards Harlow Jr., 93, president of the Florida Psychological Association, died last night at his home here apparently following a heart attack. He was head of the university counseling center and associate professor of psychology at the University of Florida. Before coming to Florida 13 years ago he was in psychological counseling in Pittsburgh in private and state Institutions. The funeral is at 4 p.m tomorrow at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church here. SHOP THURSDAY TIL 5:30 P.M., DOWNTOWN TAMPA AND GANDY BLVD. "STORE FOR HOMES" lust 3 dtays! Thursday, Friday and Saturday . safe of Franciscan earthenware! compare at 5.90 sale! 3.S) America's favorite dinnenvare . . . Franciscan earthenware. Shown is Apple . . . other patterns available Duet, Starburst, Daisy, Ivy, Autumn. Maas' China and Glassware . . . Tampa (Downtown and Candy Blvd. "Store for Homes"), Lakeland and Sarusola USE YOUR CONVENIENT MAAS BROTHERS' FLEXIBLE CHARGE ACCOUNT, TAKE MANY MONTHS TO PAY MAIL YOUR ORDER TO "JANE LEE' OR PHONE TAMPA 2-7911 Deaths Elsewhere , HAROLD KNIGHT LONDON, Oct. 4 m Harold Knight, 87, portrait painter and royal academician, died Monday. He was a member of both the national and roval portrait societies. His widow, Dame Laura Knight, also is a member of the Royal Academy. DR. LEO WOLMAN s NEW YORK, Oct. 4 (VP) Dr. City Wide Free Delivery YOUR HEALTH DESERVES THE BEST WE DISPENSE ONLY THE FINEST QUALITY DRUGS ON EACH PRESCRIPTION NEVER INFERIOR SUBSTITUTES TO FALSIFY PRICE AND ENDANGER YOUR HEALTH ' Monthly Accounts Complete Purchase Records Have your doctor phon us your nsxt prescription WILLIAM PARR PHARMACIST Tampa's Award Winning Resaarch Pharmacy l-pc. r- frAncisc&n Leo Wolman, 71, retired Columbia University economist and a former member of the National Labor Relations Board, died Monday after a long illness. Dr. Wolman had been a member of the faculty of Hobart College and the University of Michigan and a lecturer at Harvard before he was named a professm of economics at Columbia in 1931. He retired in 1948. "Ysur Doctor Is my Rsftrsnea 214 POLK STREET PHONE 2-8585 QM BROTHERS 75 fiiiMHpar p7cp setting m . mm m

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