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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 214 Jazz Band To Perform Next Week OrCJanizations Two New Campus Clubs By PAT COSTIANES Student Named Outstanding Marine of Year By RICHARD OPPEL of the Campus Staff Joe Garcia, one of USF ' s Marine reserves, was named Outstanding Marine of the Year recently by the commanding officer of Tampa's Fourth Am phibian Tractor Battalion. Corporal Garcia , who claim'S the distinction of being the next to-the-shortest man in the 254man battalion at five foot six inches, wound up on top o f the heap when he was presented with the Villadonga Memorial Trophy . The award is presented yearly in behalf of the Marine Corps League to a member of the Tampa reserve unit who ranks 1uperior in attendance , rifle qualification and general pro ficiency. TAMPA , FLORIDA , MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1963 University-Community Orchestra in Concert Tuesday. 8:30 p.m. PRICE FIVE CENTS January Date Set For First Yearbook Say Its New Editors Exhibits on Campus Gelinas' Works To Be in Solo Show
THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 14 , 1963 Campus ---Edition Editorial .Page \ What SA Needs Proiects, Not Major Revision Undoubtedly the major topic under discussion at la st week's Chinsegut Hill conference was that of constitutional revision. A neces sity, in that it must be changed to coincide with the university tri mester system, many student legis lators feel this is also a tremendous opportunity to correct many of its ills. High on the list of changes would be the civic unit system. This rep resentative system bas failed, ac cording to some, because of a lack of common interests. The civic unit representatives, in reality, have no particular group of people to represent, except the entire stu dent body. A more feasible plan , some say, would be to divide rep resentation by colleges. In this way, the argument goes, the represen tatives would have people with some common denominator other than just students. While other alternatives are be ing prepared, a persistent group argue that the civic unit has neither succeeded or failed, but rather never given a chance . They say that instead of bickering over a new system of representation, the student association should salvage what it has and try accomplishing something worthy of such an or ganization. "Worthwhile projects" is usually the term used . Still a third group in the legisla ture says they don't like any of the plans, but would like to experi ment to see just what might work if given a chance. . Also under attack is the number of p e o p I e now in the legislature. Students, led by Sen. Don Muse, CHINSEGUT conference dele gates discuss constitutional revi sion.-(USF Photo) Sun Also Rises say that the number is far too large for a sch ool with the enrollment o f USF. Heading their list of positions to be dropped are the five represen tatives-at-large. A five member c a b i n e t assisting the president would prove more able, they argue . The entire legislature senses the need for something to be done . The only problem is that it seems as though every member has a dif ferent solution . Very definitely the constitution must be revised. The stude nt association cannot continue to operate on a semester-based constituti on when the rest o f the university is going by the trimester sys tem . However, it would seem that the time is inopportune for the SA to do much else to the con stitution. This paper agrees with those who feel a need for the SA to s t a r t accomplishing something rather than take up valuable time working out major problems in the constitution. To take on the task of major constitutional revision would tie up legislative sessions for the entire trimester, leaving little time for anything else . At a time when the SA needs to show the students it is worthy of their confidence , re vision may be catastrophic. "Get on with great projects what's good for the school," was the statement rn a d e by D e a n Wunderlich, and this paper agrees with the dean . But then this stirs another argument. It is argued that the legislature cannot possibly accomplish "worth while projects" without the back ing of the students; that apathy among students is the real reason for any failure on the part of the SA to accomplish anything . This statement is countered w ith an equally well-heard vo ice that the student association, 1 by accomplish ing noteworthy projects, will also erase student apathy at the same time . Here is the dilemma , therefore . Do you try to put through different projects to gain student confidence and reduce apathy, or do you first combat the apathy so as to ac complish these projects as the stu dents become more i n teres ted in their government? answering this question of which should come first, it would seem more .logical we think, to go ahead, retaming the basic struc ture under the constitution, and try accomplishing pertinent objectives. Only then can the SA hope for in terest b y the students. Hemingway Questions 'Decadence' The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hem-iniquity symbolized by the bulls. He even lngway
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16 Treatment Being Sought for Multiple Sclerosis By W. C. ALVAREZ, M.D. 1the myelin which surrounds the ers are handicapped because , from the middle-eastern coun-,be if we knew why there is this Dr. Fernando Torres of the nerves and thereby insulates so far, they have been unable tries. How wonderful it might difference. University of is inthem as if they were electric to produce the disease in ani-___ . __ terested in several facts about wires. The nerves themselves mals. Something that resembles multiple sclerosis. As he says, are rarely affected. Naturally, m.s. can be found at times in By FRANCES DRAKE detect falsehood and sincerity why does the disease commonly then, much study is now being animals, and particularly in Look in the section in which quickly. The Libran speaks out begin around age 25, and why directed. toward learning what sheep. your birthday comes and find quickly against injustice, and is its incidence slightly higher tlle formation It has been shown that in what your outlook is, according will forgive to an extent, but in women than in men? Why an es ructi?n of myelin. some cases tllere is a hereditary to the stars, will not permit wrong-doing or does tlle trouble tend to flare forts are made to fmd factor but it does not appear FOR TUESDAY unfair tactics ro continue. For-up and then quiet down? Why .out 10 health the to be' the essential one. An as March 21 to April 20
r O K E veryone, Let's Try I t Again But All Good Things Must End â€¢continued From Page 1) Ford, Allen F r e e m a n , Harriet Goss, Shirley Hall, Ronald Heinz, Judith Jennings, Clayton Keiser. Ar thur McFarland, Mrs. Anne McGee. Jeanne Miller, Angela Molina , Roy Norris, Dinah O'Berry. Marilyn Payne, JoAnn Porter, Gloria Sa gue, Mary Sanders, &!:tar ron Scally, M a r j o r i e Schenk, Darel Sheffield, Elsie Smith, Sue Stelzer, Catole Sumner, Mary Tay-lor, Richard Warfel and Sandra Weaver, all of Tampa; Annie Cain and Margaret Swick of Ternpie Terrace; Myra Terrill and Pamela Terrill of Plant City; Nancy Morrow or Limona, and Irma Schmitt of Valrico. Pinellas County students holding the scholarship loans are: Joan G e r-maine, Madeline Hanson, Patricia Hutchens, Judith Keefer, Robert Keehn, Ruth Kohler, Gayle Me-Elwain, Bettie Morgan, Philip Marron, Ernest Rhamstine, William Tern-pleman and J'Qan Walker, all of St. Ruth Hiatt of Pinellas P a r k, and J e a n n e Meyer of Clearwater. 'Patriotism' to South THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October U, 1963 Actors Hesitant Over , Uniforms Top Fare , BOND ISSUE DISSENTER Julian Coplon makes a point to a USF audience here l ast week in a debate before a meeting of the North Tampa Improvement Association. Membe r s of the Association on the platform listen along with SA presi dent Roscoe Davidson, left, and Dean Russell Cooper, behind C o p 1 o n.-(USF Photo by Gary Ragan) ., â€¢ 17
18 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, O ctober 14, 1963 Holidays Ahead GUESS WHO'S getting in the mood for the holi days ahead? Me.mbers of Silver Lake Country Club, who are planning a fashion show, buffet luncheon and bridge Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Styles from Belks of Britton with an accent on at-home entertaining will be modeled by members with Priscilla Parker as commentator. Mrs. Richard Ponke y is responsible for arrangements. Hostesses will be Mrs. Gene Blake, Mrs. Ray Newcomer and Mrs. Jack DeBee. Spring Hill Scholar lene McCormick, Gail Poole , Landis Law horne , Linda Silas, Nancy Lemrow and Laura and Cindy Russo presented dance routines. Gifts were presented and re freshments served. Mrs. J. G. Bianco, chairman of the welfare committee, was in charg , e of arrangements. Formal Setting A FORMA L DINNER dance was at tended at Port 0 ' Call recently by a group of Air Force officers and their attractive wives. Officers were members of the 558th TAC Fighter Squadron, w hich is part of the 12th TAC Fighter Wing from MacDill AFB . Special guests were Wing Com mander Col. H. M. McClelland and his wife Kitty. HATS OFF to Anthony Lazzara Jr., son o f Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lazzara of 2310 N . Boulevard. A former Jesuit student, he now attends Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala. He was named recipient of the 'President Scholar . This represents the greatest scholarship distinction achieved in the field of biofogy. He is also editor of the Mendallion and vice president of the Tri-Beta , honorary biological society. ----------------------------------------------Young Well Wishers SOME TAMPA youngsters recently brightened up an evening for residents of Edmund Gaines Graham Home . They joined Alpha Delta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, in a celebration for residents having birthdays this month. Richard Cacciatore played the accordion, while Mary Frances Howard, Pamela Con natser, Debra Baird, Flances Wood, CharWHAT FAMOUS PLACE IS NOW OPEN HOURS ? See today' s Date Pad The monthly meeting of the Robinson High School PTA will be held Tuesday, 8 p.m., in the school cafetorium. FLORALIA "Color in Flower Arrangements" will be the program for Floralia Gl"OUP 6, a study group of flower show judges, at the home of Mrs. S. S. Russ, 2106 Marjory, Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Luncheon will follow. . TAMPA LAKE W C The Tampa Lakes Woman's Club meets T u e s d a y at the F o r e s t Hi 11 s Presbyterian Church. Mr. A. E. Bunnels is guest speaker. . . '';yPP frlsn't it fun ,, . to romp on warm, cozy floors?" give your family a healthier, happier, warmer home with a beautiful, new OIL HOME HEATER SiEGLER bas the big, built in Blower a nd ex-clusive Inner Heat Tubes that give you ihe comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. 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SIZE BUST WAIST HIPS *LENGTH 8 33 23 34 16Y4 inches 1 0 34 24 35 161-2 .. 12 35 25 36 163,4 .. 14 361-11 261, 2 371;2 17 .. 16 38 28 39 171,4 .. 18 40 30 41 17lh .. *From nape of neck to waist Size 12 requires 23,4 yds. of 42" fabric for dress and % yds. of 39" material for lining. To order Pattern No. S-418, state size, send $1.00. Pattern Books No. 20, No . 21, No . 22, No. 23 , No. 24 and revised Duchess of Windsor are available for 50 cents each OR any 3 for $1.25 OR all 6 for $2.50. Add 10 cents for postage on each book. ALAN GRAHAM silk woven label available for $1.00. Address SPADEA , Box 993 , G . P.O. Dept. TX-8 , New York 1 , N.Y. All patterns are sent air mail to Times readers at no extra cost. Local Births Recorded ST. JOSEPH'S nis 0' Hearn, 8302 lOth St. , SEPT. 29 -Mr. and Mrs. girl, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Norman Rourk, 9401 17th St., Limona, girl, Mr. and Mrs. Rob boy, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Vance, ert Willis, 3209 Orient Road, 516 W. 129th Ave . , boy, Mr. boy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Has and Mrs. P. R. Kuhlman, 3618 kins, 3916 Darwin Ave., girl, Gardenia Drive, boy, Mtâ€¢. and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Chivers Mrs. John Robinson, 10914 LanJr., 403 W. Hanna, girl; Mr. tana Ave., boy, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edgar Manske, Thono John Durrence, 3320 W. Ostosassa, girl, Mr. and Mrs. borne, boy, Mr. and Mrs. EdCharles Medaglia, Clearwater, ward Harris, 8203 Brooks St. , girl, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. boy, Mr. and Mrs. F . R. O'Riley , Spence, 6216 N. Coolidge 7412 Celeste Lane, boy, Mr. and boy, Mr. and F. E . Hamtl Mrs. Gordon Haney, Tarpon ton, 808 W. Fribley, boy , Mr. Springs, g irl, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M . H . Nelson, 8607 Francis Adams, 3009 San Nich -Mulberry St., girl, and Mr. and olas, boy. Mrs. R . Cornell, Odessa, boy. OCT. % Mr. and Mrs. J. _SEPT. 30 Mt. and Mrs. Edmond, 112 S . Hubert Ave. , Rtchard Greenwald , 6013 Morgirl; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Genenay Drive, boy, Mr. and Mrs . vish 4012 Waterman Ave. boy Phillip . Sanchez, 7017 Ponder Mr. 'and Mrs. D . Smith, 31io w: osa . Dnve, boy, Mr. and Mrs: Sli gh, boy; Mr. and Mrs. H . Hemz Bachmann, 4416 Wlscon Terry 1332 Waikiki Way boy sin Ave., boy, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Talmadge Joe Cadrecha, 4903 Central 6311 Ronda Road, girl ; and Mr. Ave., boy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Wayne J. Highsmith, McGowan, boy, and 1902 E. Heather Ave., girl. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Reina, O CT. 3 _ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 3912 11th Ave., boy. A Ward , 3604 E. Powhattan, OCT. 1 -Mr. and Mrs. Den-boy. Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONL.Y s1 Now you can r ent the new Blue Lustre Elec t ric Car pet Shampooer for only S l per day with purcha se of famous Blue Lustre Sh ampoo . Save big with this easy to use "do it yo u r s e l f" equipment. Yo u'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Availab l e at Allied F loor Covering s 5132 Florida Ave. Harmon's Paint Stor e 309 S. 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'59 PLYMOUTH V-8, automatic, 4$ n e w tires, coral & cream finish, full price can be fi nanced, only SIB month. No rea sonable ofCer will be reCused . 9308 Fla. Ave. D e a I e r. Pb. 935 149 '56 OLDS $295 â€¢sa: 4 DR. Sedan. Auto. Trans., Power Steerinr, Radio & Heater, Blue. $13.4() dn., bal. $18 per mo. Dealer. 4500 FLORIDA AVE. Ph. 231-4831 TAKE OVER payments '56 Cadillac 4 dr. Sed. DeY. Power, R&H, AC, Bal. $199 at $14.87 mo. No cash needed, Jlo. can be arr. No pay ment until Dec. Dlr. 2819 FLORIDA AVE. VOLKSWAGEN CENTER SPECIAL SALE 10 '63 VWs pampered U Dtive Ils at a price that will meet almost anyone' s budget. Also untitled '63s below mBlket price. This is the weekend to trade. Unheard or deals. Lots of trade ins at wholesale. 6 % BANK RATE FJNANCING 2 YEAR WARRANTY STRICKLAND' S AUTO SALES 3702 E. Hillsboro Ph. 231-2311 '62 PLYMOUTH IIELVEDERE 4 door wllh leRs than 6,000 miles and loaded with extras. So nearly new we will a new car warranty HAWKE Chrysler-Plymouth 1107 Gr. Central 253-0141 THUNDERBIRD, Landau, 1963. Good condition. Full power & cactory offer. *10 DN. '58 CadU!ac Eldorado 2 dr. HT, PS. PB, R&H , WSW llres. This car is all elec. & full;r equipped with everything. Beautiful tutone paint with matchlog lnter. Low mileage , low mo. paymts. This Is a 1 owner car & all orlg. You must see today. Credit cheeked wblle you "a it. FLEETWOOD MOTORS 5608 Florida Ave. Ph. 238-2372 '56 FORD Fairlane, metallic green finis h .. w / w tires, T-BJI'd V 8 engine, stk. shift, top notch condition . $4.50 week or will take $340 cash. Dealer, 9308 Fla. Ave. Pb. 935-2149 'rAKE OVER payments on '60 FORD Wag. Z dr. Real sharp. Gas saver 6, str. stick. Bal. $799 at $39.90 mo. No cash needed, fin can be arr. No payment until December. Dealer. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229.-2288, 22H221 1963 Galaxie Conv. FIRE Red sporty Ford with power steering, radio. heater, white Nylon top, Red leather loterlor. Save hundreds at S2795. Buy Now! TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave., Ph. 9351145 Open Eves. 'Til 9 Closed Sun. '55 Olds 98 Hardtop NO cash needed, ln. $6.50 wk. SUN RAY MOTORS ti300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232 4891 *TODAY'S SPECIAL* '54 MERCURY 2-Dr. Hardtop V 8 . automatic, radio & heater, flltisb . $299 BILl CURRIE FORD 3401 FLORIDA AVE. PHONE Willys 4 Wheel Drive "61 PICKUPAuto. WARN Hubs. Showroom condition. â€¢so PICKUPWARN Hubs, radio. FELLOWS MOTOR Co. Studebaker & Willys Dealers ,u7 Grand Central Ph. 2!53-5719 's1 FORD Country Sedan. Aut<> matic, radio, heater.. clean . Own er, sacrifice. $1395. 876-8492. CREDIT no problem at American Auto Sales j you're over 21 &-: working. Juat $2 cash dn & take over notes. '57 Ford V-8 , SS S190, '60 Stude 4 dr. MS $249. '57 Ford HT 500 $39 0, '59 Edsel HT $490, '55 Chev. B ! A HT $290. 5135 Florida Ave. Ph. 231-5521 ' 5 8 FORD Sta. Wag. Bal. $495, take over payments $28 mo. 7901 Fla. Ph. 235 2271 Dealer '56 Chev. V -8 Stick NO cash needed, fin. sa week. SUN RAY MOTORS 630() Florida Ave. Ph. 2324891 ' 5 8 CHEV. Bal. due $495, take over payments $28 mo. V901 Fla. Ph. 235-!!271 Dealer '61 Corvair Monza ( DOOR with raillo, healer and automatic. A tremendous value at our low, low asking price. HAWKE Chrysler-Plymouth )l 07 Gr. Central 253 -0141 WANT AD. Ph. :223-4911 1960 FlAT in excellent condition. Fine th-es, 47 mpg. Less than 5,00() miles. Wonderful second <"ar. 257-63111, Sunday 9 to 13 only. Weekdays 9 to 5 or 1106 W. Platt. TAKE OVER payments ,56 FORD 2 dr. Crown Vic. Bal. $199 at $12.87 mo. Dealer. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229-2288, 224-8221 BUICK Electra. Clean---sG door sedan. factory air, PS, PB. R&H, good white wall tires. Can be financed. Owner. 626-2797. DOWN All Interest Returned Annually '59 Simca Aronde SPORTY 2 door hardtop. Jet Black & Ermtne White. Econ omy plus the feel of a sports car is yours in this sharp little beauty. $6.50 week. '59 Chev. Convertible $1089 ERMINE White trimmed in Jet Black. Original tutoned Blue in terior. A true fun ill the sun car. $10.50 week. Call Now For Instant Credit O.K. Open 9-10 Daily Tampa Auto Brokerage 4830 Fla. Ph . . 236-5584 1961 FALCON 4 door station wagon. accept trade. 876-6739. '57 DODGE Sierra Wagon $699 '57 Chev. 2-Dr . . V-8 NO cash needed, fin. S8 week SUN RAY MOTORS 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 '57 FORD F /L. V-8 , AT, R&H , HW. Extra clean & nice. No cash needed, finance S8 week. QUALITY 4607 Fla. 236 $5 DOWN '60 Metropolitan AQUA & While beauty. 35 miles per gallon. Business man's spe cial. $5 down, small mo. pay ments. Open 9-10 dally. Superior Motors 4205 Florida Ave. Ph. 237-3929 '62 Buick Special S S ]'lice 1790 '62 Falcon 4-Dr. Deluxe .... $1590 '61 Chev. 2 -Dr. A real buy S1290 BiRDSONG MOTOR INC. 11333 Florida Ave. Ph. 935-1126 "MR. MELVIN" 14825 Nebraska Ph. 932 CALL 229 FOR AUTO INSURANCE Kistner Realty & Insur. Realtors 213 E. LafayeUe Insurors THE JEWEL BOXouR used car lot Is hidden-But well stocked with rare jewels. All makes & models to choose. Lindell Motors, Inc. Authorized VW Dealer 3900 Gr. Central '61 Valiant 4 Dr. Economy champion of compacts HAWKE Chrysler-Plymouth 1107 Gr. Central 253-0141 40 CLEAN ST. -PETE CARS SEMINOLE AUTO. SALES, lNC. 5505 Fla. Ave. Ph. 236-5549 '56 Ford CountrY Sedan $495 4-DR. Station Wagon. V-8, auto matic, power steering, radio & heater. Mims, 4802 E. H!Usboro 626-1106 '57 Olds 88 4 DOOR. An excellent transpor tation value Cully equipped. HAWKE Chrysler-Plymou tli 1107 Gr. Central 253!1 CRESTED SAFE IUY USED CARS '61 Falcon $1095 2 DOOR Beautiful I i g h t blue, automatic, radio and heater. A n ice onel '58 Cont. s1295 ,CONTINENTAL 4 â€¢ D 0 0 R. Full power, air conditioned, radio and heater, lovelY be1ge fin ish, one owner. BUICK CORNER For Our Exclusive Lifetime Warranty '59 Chev ... $1295 IMPALA 2 DOOR HARDTOP. Auto. trans., radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. '61 Olds ... $2395 STARFI RE CONY. Auto tranâ€¢â€¢ radio, heater, power steering. power brakes. "61 Yolks ... $1295 STRAIGHT STICK. Radio. "63 Olds ... $3695 4 DOOR 88 HARDTOP. Auto. radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, air conditioned. '62 Mercury $2895 4 DOOR WAGON. Auto. trans., radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, air conditioned. '62 Chev ... $1395 ' h â€¢ T 0 N PICKUP TRUCK. Straight stick, radio, heater. One Year Warranty FAIRCLOTH BUICK "BETTER QUALITY COSTS YOU LESS" 908 E. Hillsborough Phone 239 1109 29 150 Automobiles For Sale DOCTOR'S 1960 Qalaxle Town Sedan. Will finance. 833-0001, 832 56 CHEV. B / A 4 dr. HT, Bal. $427, payments $26 mo. 9210 Fla. Ph. 935-6049 Dealer '63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille , tully equlp'd, show rm. cond., sell for wholesale price, 855-5492. 1959 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STA-: WG:-1. BEAUT. COND. PVT. OWNER. $1000. CAN BE n . NANCED. 832-4024, 833. '55 (fHEV-. 2-DOOR HARDTOP EXTRA CLEAN' AUTO! BAY AUTO SALES 3502 Fla. Ave. Ph. 229 TAKE ove1 payments '58 Buick 4 dr. Estate wag. Tutone Pink & White, PS. PB, R&H, WSW. No cash needed, no payment until Dec. Bal. at $9.87 wk. Driftwood. 5720 Florida A' e. Ph. 237-3301 ONE O\\ ner 1958 Chevrolet Bis cayne, 2 door. new paint, radio , new tiJ es. Automatic shift. $595. Cheap El Morocco Bar & Grill, 608 13th St. '55 FORD FAIRLANE 4 DR. $189 NICE Aqua & White finish, at tractive matching interior, R&H, good tires. No cash needed, fin. $3 week. SUN RAY MOTORS 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232 1960 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, 4804 Bayshore Blvd. '55 BUICK 2 DR. HARDTOP $299 NEW tutone finish, extra alean in terior, R&H, good body, WW tires. No cash needed, fin. S4 wk. SUN RAY MOTORS 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 1958 FORD V -8, AT, seat belts. Clean. $600. Owner. 833-0651. '56 PLYM. 4 DR. HARDTOP $399 NICE Bronze & White finish, extra clean interior., R&H, perfect V-8 engine, good body, WW tires. No cash needed, fin. $5 week. SUN RAY MOTORS 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 '59 FORD Retractable HT Conv . Bal. $899, bank !inanclog. 9210 Fla. Ph. 935-6049 Dealer 1954 CHEVROLET, good tlJ e s & s.!\r:-" & brakes. i962FORD Gal axle, 6 cylinder, 4 door, AT. $1.495. Private. Will Cinance. 932-9150. No payments 'til 1964. See BUDDY HILL 18th & Central. St. Pete '57 PONT. 4 dr. Wag. Loaded & nice. Brand new first line Nylon tubeless tires. $695 terms. 6204 Nebraska. 231-8521 dlr. '57 FORD sta. wagon. Beautiful paint & Interior. Only $395 cash if you bring this ad. 601> E. Waters Ave. Dlr. QUALITY CARS '62 Rambler Am. $1395 6 CYL., 4 dr. â€¢edan, AT, R&H, OnlY 11,000 actual miles. '59 Plymouth 4-dr. $595 '62 Chev. 4-dr ..... $1695 SEDAN, 6 cyl., standard shift, ra dio, heatct, low mileage. One GAS SAVERS '62 Eng. Ford Wagon ........ $1295 '62 Volkswagen Sdn. . . . . . . . . . $1495 Radio . heater, truly nice. '62 Eng. Ford Anglia .......... $995 '61 Eng. Ford Angl i a . . . . ..... $795 10 to Choose From '61 Flat 1100, 4 Dr ............. S795 '62 Flat 600 ..................... $695 '60 Eng. Ford . . ................ $595 : ::::::::: : '58 Eng. Ford .................. $.195 '60 Consul 4 Dr .............. 5795 LARGEST STOCI( OF LITTLE CARS I:>i TOWN! TERMS & TRADE TOO! HOMER F. HERNDON 3907 FLA. AVE. PH. 223-4902 C(f}adtuY ' ,_. c:l 5ii c:::: I-t IE! AUTHOitiZED DI'.ALEit '61 CADILLAC Beautiful Alpine white. Fac tory air. Full power. $3295 Extra clean ... ... . '62 CADILLAC Factorlt' air. Full power. 3 beautiful cars to $3995 choose from â€¢. , ... '63 ALFA ROMEO Convt. 1600 cc. Late type. 5speed bol<. White. $2695 Excellent con d. . . '62 CHEVY II "300'' Sedan. EconomY plus " 0 â€¢â€¢â€¢ 00 51595 '61 BUICK ELECTRA 4-Dr. Sedan. Fac. air. Full power. $2195 El
80 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 1f, 1963 \ 23 CARLOADS OF BR AND NEW 1964 APPLIANCE and TELEVISION HAVE BEEN RECEIVED BY TYREE'S IN THE PAST 14 DAYS -WE'RE LOADED MORE SHI NOT A 10" or 11" OR EVEN A 16" BUT A FULL. SIZE 19 '' PORTABLE TELEVISION WESTINGHOUSE CONSOLE STEREO IN IN LOWBOY STYLING TWIN SPEAKERS LOOK AROUND WE HAVE MANY OTHER MODELS OF TELEVISION AND STEREO CONSOLES HAVE BEEN MARKED . DOWN -MANY WITH REDUCTIONS lN PRICE OF SJ000 AND MORE. SHOP NOW SAVE ALL WESTINGHOUSE 19" DELUXE MODEL PORTABLE TELEVISION A GENUINE WOOD CABINET A STEAL AT ONLY YOUR CHOICE OF WOOD FINISH MAHOGANY WALNUT. CHERRY ARE BRAND NEW NOW$12995 WESTINGHOUSE 13 CUBIC FOOT AUTOMATIC WASHER FULL WASH CYCLE . f AUTOMATIC LINT , EJECTION ! HANDY LOADING DOOR ONLY $9995 NO CASH DOWN WITH TRADE EASY TERMS NOW 2 DOOR REFRIGEUTOR WITH AUTOMATIC DEFROST SEPARATE 110 POUND FREEZER AVAILABLE IN COLORS YOUR CHOICE OF WHITE PINK, YELLOW OR AQUA Alt DElUXE FEATURES $24995 HAIR DRYER IN BEAUTIFUL HIGH IMPACT CARRYING CASE 4 TEMPERATURE DRYING REG. $22.95 LIST I NO CASH DOWN WITH TRADE â€¢ USYTERMS $1488 HD:S AUTOMATIC DRYER NO SPECIAL WIRING IS NECESSARY JUST PLUG IT INTO ANY 110 VOLT OUTLET ONLY $7995 NO CASH DOWN EASY TERMS ELEaRIC CAN OPENER and KNIFE-SHARPENER NEVER PRICED SO lOW! NORTH GATE WESTINGHOUSE 30" DELUXE MODEL ELEaRIC RANGE CLOCK â€¢ TIMER IT'S DELUXE siORAGE DRAWER PORCELAIN INSIDE cand OUT VARIABLE HEAT CONTROL PLUG OUT OVEN HEATERS LIFT OFF OVEN DOOR IT HAS EVERYTHING NOW $16995 ONLY NO CASH DOWN WITH TRADE SPECIAL NOTICE! WE HAVE A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANE-OUS CUSTOM MODEL WASHERS AND DRYERS! ALL ARE DRASTICALLY REDUCED IN PRICE. YOUR CHANCE TO REALLY BUY THE BEST â€¢ AND SAVE A lOT OF MONEY! YOU'RE INVITED TO COME IN AND CHECK THESE TREMENDOUS VALUES ON OUR FLOOR SAMPLES PROCTOR STEAM & DRY IRON EAST TAMPA REG. 517'5 LIST NOW $788 MODEL 993x CLEARWATER DALE MABRY SHOPPING CENTER NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER 1213 S. Dale Mabry Ph. 253-3465 ' 8879 N. Florida Ave. Ph. 935-2181 1901 E. Hillsboro Ph. 237-3989 1408 E. Cleveland Ph. 446 024 WESTINGHOUSE FULL SIZE FAMILY RANGE 4 SUPER COREX COOKING UNITS ALL .PORCELAIN EVEN THE GIANT SIZE BROILER PAN $11995 SPEED QUEEN WRINGER WASHER ECONOMY MODEL BRAND NEW FLOOR SAMPLES LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN $7995 FULL SIZE! BEST BUY NO CASH DOWN WITH TRADE ON THE BEST â€¢ BRAND OF WRINGER EASY TERMS WASHERS EVERI J ELECTRIC HAND MIXER 3 POWER SPEEDS LAKELAND LAKELAND HOME APPLIANCE CO. 228 S. Florida Ph. 682-0161