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SEVENTY-SECOND YEAR-No. 297 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1965 The Mad Rush Begins By PHYLLIS TARR of the Campus Staff USF's social set swings into action as it prepares for the biggest event of the trimester -rush. Both fraternities and sororities are hard at work practicing songs and skits, check ing last minute details on room decor, and polishing up on rush etiquette. On the other side of the fence, the prospective rushee readies his wardrobe for each aspect of rush informal and formal parties. SOME 125 MEN are expected to turn out for the first night of men's rush this evening. Informal parties will high light two evenings of getting acquainted beginning at 7 p.m. January 18 and 19. Invitations to formal rush parties will be issued Wednesday, January 20 in UC 200. heading all of men's rush, assisted by Marvin Propes. For all coeds anxious to meet new people, improve social life and serve the school and community, sorority rush regis tration begins today. Any student with a 2.0 and a minimum of 12 hours is eligible, Booths will be set up in the UC south lobby Monday, Jan. 18 to Jan. 21. At this time the girls will receive their time schedules. INFORMAL PARTIES begin Sunday, Jan. 24 from 2-5 p.m. and from 6-8 p.m. in the University Center. Bids to women's formal rush parties will be extended Jan. 27 in U.C. 216. Formal parties begin .Jan. 28-30 from 7-10 p.m. in the UC. Skits, refreshments, favors, and conversation highlight these last nights of getting acquainted. Rushees may pick up pledge bids Sunday, Jan. 31 from 1-2 p.m. in UC 264-65. PRICE FIVE CENTS They're Planning ... Men's formal parties combine entertainment and hospi tality for Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22-23. Parties will last from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. PLEDGE BIDS may be picked up by the rushees Sun day, Jan. 24 from 12-3:30 p.m. in UC 252. Council of Sorority's rush chairman for Trimester II is Sylvia McGinity. Fia and Paideia sororities are responsible for advertisement. Fides was in charge of rush convocation last week and Tri-SIS is handling registration. ... And Dancing Leo Perrella, Inter-Fraternal Council Rush Chairman is Johnson Student Forced to. Resign Vice Presidency Student Justices Named The appointment of Ben t11 LY H change Aga .In II Ashford was confirmed by the 0 u rs ' E legislature last Thursday night. @ ' li Ernest is a 24-year-old junior )!,j A h student activities funds be period. Election Rumors Flying By JOHN ALSTON Of the Campus Staff and gives his grade point ratio !@ SA president Bob s • @ as 2 . 962 . He has been 8 member M ford an d representative considered as a stopgap Ashford said he felt the ! Ron has resigned as , .. , Dick Cadwallader asked source for the money that administration is acting in .,;: vice president of the Student of the legislature. >'''; F 'd h d h h Association. His resignation is Powell is a junior and has a N for and got a rJ ay mornHardaway and Dennard good fait • sal e opes n 8 _ 1 gpr. Ashford said that Powell l,lj ing meeting with Dean of said is needed. students will follow suit. %:t also helped with writing the new k Administration Robert An agreement was Dean Dennard, reluctant to {: office holder must earn at least SA constitution. '!1 Dennard and Instructional reached whereby same full set precedent by using ac@ a 2.0 grade point ratio for every The new J'udges will sit on Services Dean Elliot Hard-tivities funds for Univer-!.if: h' h It d in time hours will temporat ' 'll k --tn'mester that he is in office. both J'udl'cl'al bodl'es that are away w lC resu e re-sJty opera lon, WI see [}_:,.= '' t "" f th r rily be restored, and some th t A hf d' Johnson's GPR for trimester I P rovided for in the new SA con.ti s onng 0 e e o er money, ap s or s ,,\.'_;_': . .. ,, tl d d l'br partial-use hours insti-ff 1 'f th was 1.3. stitution. Sitting as the Student cen Y r e u c e 1 ary tuted. o er on Y 1 o er means .. -hours f JOHNSON attributed illness Ke;s to the discussion The new schedule, ef-al Normal First +m as the major factor for the More Campus News, ::_:1. were dwini'iling funds and fective today, will prevail New Hours FacUlties Floor onJ:r fi grade drop. He explained that 1 ;;::concern that needed li-for three weeks. Fund M;':;'.,r . 8 a.m.-lo p.m. lll-ll 'P.m. ;:;1 not only was he sick for a great Editorials, Pg. 2 • lS jj ::.:.' H terpret the constitution and rule prominently in many circles as on legislation that is enacted by Rehearsals Begin a probable contender for the the legislature. As the Student presidency but reaction was Board of Discipline and Appeals 0 h D d I c A eel mixed as to whether he would they will hear an cases involvI a ast n nou nc run in the coming elections, ing student misconduct that are considering his t r i m e s t e r I refered to it. The board will grades. Johnson is still eligible make recommendations based The wildest, wackiest, and sensitive son Jonathan. Sanders to run for the presidency. He on its findings to the Dean of wittiest play yet is about to hit list of successes here at USF stated that his GPR is still over Student Affairs. USF. The title alone is enough is lengthy. Most recently he is a 2.6. Prior to last trimester, to make any sourpuss brighten-remembered here for his por Johnson had earned over a 3.0. up, "Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Ma trayal of Trinculo in "The THE RACES to be decided Candidacy Rules Listed SA Primes for Elections The Student Association Election Rules Committee has announced that general elec tions for the major offices of president, vice president, and senators will be Wednesday, Feb. 10. Runoffs, if necessary, and representative eledions will be Feb. 12. Prospective candidates must file a declaration of intent to run. A 1 s o t h e y must file a supporting petition containing the signature of students who support his candidacy. Tentative plans call for 50 signatures for the offices of president and vice-president a n d 25 for senators. The forms will be available on Jan. 15 with the deadline for filing being Jan. 27 at 5 p.m. in uc 218. Candidates in doubt as to eligibility to run should file before the 20th so that the Rules committee can render a decision. Representatives from the various college associations will be e 1 e c t e d Feb. 12. Deadline for filing declara tions for these offices is Feb. 11. All campaign expenditures will be a matter of public record. Lists of contributors and receipts for m o n e y spent must be turned in to the election rules committee. A ceiling of $100 has been set on campaign ex penditures. Campaigns will start on Feb. 1. No cam paigning may begin before then. Candidates for president, vice president and senator are offered an equal oppor tunity for Campus Edition P,Ublicity. Such candidates must s u b m i t a platform statement of not more than 200 words to UC222 by noon, Wednesday, Jan. 24, and ar range for a head-and-shoul ders photo with Educational in the library base ment. Medical Survey Payment Made rna's Hung You in the Closet Tempest." in the election are still wide and I'm Feelin' So Sad." PerAppearing opposite Helen open according to usually reliformance dates are Feb. 17-20. Davis will be George Butler in able sources. Reber is the Woodwind Quintet in Concert President John S. Allen pre sented a second $10,000 check to the Board of Regents last week as partial payment on a survey for a proposed medical college. The cast is assembled and has begun rehearsals under di rection of Jack Clay. Heading Coed Charged In Shooting the role of the Commodore. only person who bas been men-Sanders is playing opposite tioned for the office of Presionce again Holly Gwinn. Holly dent, while Ed Coris has an was with him in "Belle Lamar" nounced his intention to run for DAVIS SANDERS and has since been seen in vice president. Wes Martins and . . "Blithe Spirit," The Second Cheryl Brummett have indi-the 1s Helen Dav1s as the Shaw Festival, and many other cated that they intend to run fascmating Madame Rosepettle. credits. for the office of senator. The University Woodwind Quintet last week dedicated its concert to former quintet member and USF student Tara McCord, who is convalescing following a major operation.-(USF Photo) Co-op Ed Students Report This brings to $20,000 the amount raised by Tampa Cham ber of Commerce leaders to ward the $60,000 study for which they pledged bali. Helen was seen here at USF in _____________ ...:._ _____________ ! A USF d ha b n charged th b Approximately 70 Cooperative HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARDnls. McGarry, .accounting; Charles. M. coe s ee e firstS aw Festival's produc-B k us F Education students reported for . with manslaughter, according to tion of "Misalliance." She has Regents ac The Board of Regents will ask legislative approval of the other $30,000 and preliminary plan ning is expected to start this month. a training period at the beginDiane M, perso.nnel of William F. Noble, mechanical engi-p olice following the fatal shootwon awards for her acting in . . flee; Mrs. Sara C . Gilbert, neering; J. David Ouellette, account ' h t od t• mng of Tnmester II, Dec. 28, Elem. School; Kenneth Herruman, ing; and Mike Talbert, electrical en ing of a man in her apartment sue comi_IIUDl y pr uc lOns as 1964 as 72 returned to campus school ce_nter; . Elizabeth _John gmeering. .. "The Rammaker" and "Bus • son, MacUson Jun1or H1gh SchOol, (NASA) MANNED SPACECRAFT early Friday. Stop." She has recently starred I s • c for further study. Those report-gtnta L. Myers. Buchanan Junior H1gh CENTER Houston Tex -Jon Axford n US PenS I 0 n a Se . h . . f' ld f . School; Patricia B. Peterson, BaUasl • . • In . • J E' Police identified the girl as in "The Visit," "Separate Tamg, t eir maJOr Ie s o mtere S • M t bl " d "S W N est, and the 23 cooperative em-Pugh, school services center; Gordon Warren L. Nelson, mechanical engt-eniOfS ee Phyllis Solomon, 20, of 2904 Eles, an orry rong urn-ployers working with the USF H Santmyers Chamberlain H 1gb ne.erlng; Edward A. S3.I'\Ipson, math; Seniors who expect to gradumore St. Victim of the shooting ber" here in the Tampa Bay The new Board of Regents line. thi t . t 8 • Sch9ol; and 'shirley west, Franklin 1 . program s nmes er re. Jumor High School ate this April are urged to at-was 1dentif1ed as W1l 1am Mano area. unanimously upheld the USF as-Further, the regents made it ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB.. Chi

J THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January 18, 1965 Toward Peaceful Coexistence Between editors and political figures there exist a number of delicate problems. This is partic ularly true when the office-holder has some possible control over the newspaper. WE CANNOT ignore the possi bility that in some editorial we could arouse the ire of some mem bers of the new Board of Regents, the State Board of Education or Gov . Haydon Burns. Would the officials "retaliate" in thej.r dealings with USF in such way:> as consideration of budget allocations? The possibility surely exists, but we are not attempting to bor row trouble . The dilemma appears in the attitude the newspaper takes as it approaches the state or even Situation in Africa campus administration with this fear hanging about. We take the position that the campus newspaper in t h e state university system should be free to thoughtfully express its editorial view without fear of retaliatory pressure to the university. ON THE OTHER HAND, hav ing assumed the position of edi torial writer and possibly critic, ' we must likewise assume the mature responsibility expected of pro fessional publications. We are sub ject then to the standards of good taste , ethics and rules of libel as are members of the professional, working press . We feel strongly that we should have the right of fair comment and criticism; and we gladly assume the concomitant responsibilities. It is our purpose to improve the University of South Florida, the community, and the state univer sity system as much as possible through our editorials . Construc tive criticism need not be an un realistic cliche. It can be a positive force for the good . That is our hope. Positivism This struggle over the trimester system cries out for a positive ap proach . We are weary already of hear ing that it is bad, that it should be eliminated, that this is wrong with it, that that is wrong with it, and so 'on. Gov. Haydon Burns has said Apartheid: Pressure Maker By DR. CHARLES OBERMEYER Lecturer, American Idea What are the crucial facts? Three mil lion whites, mostly of Dutch and English descent, hold 13 million black Africans and two m i 11 i o n mixed b r e e d s or ,'colored' and Indians in completely segre gated s u b j e c tion, w h i I e a new-born Africa and a reborn India raise the roof in and out of the United Nations. How did this come a b o u t? The f i r s t settlers, the Dutch, i m p or t e d Malay s 1 ave s. The British , who took South Africa from the Dutch ih several stages brought In cheap labor from India. The Dutch and the British subdued the Africans after several clashes and wars. Then they imposed a poll tax which the Aftlcarts could only pay by working for fue whites. THE AFRICANS or 'Bantus' came from Central Africa in separate tribal waves about the time the Dutch moved in from tbe south . Tbey almost exterm fnated the previous inhabitants and set tled in different parts of the country in separate tribal concentrations . The Zulus had the most powerful fighting machine and were the most difficult to subdue. Why keep the Africans subordinated? Extending the franchise to them involves political domination by them and to the north are two hundred million more Afri cans. This is not Mississippi; it is a very rich and anxious white island in a black ocean economy with a high standard of living and with wages on the average ten times those of the Afri cans. These Africans by the million pro vide the very cheap labor base for this prosperity and comfort on large Dutch farms, in English mines and f actories and in practically all white homes . They do all the dirty and unskilled work . Those who do more highly skilled work still make no headway . THE WHITES are it1 no mood to leave, least of all the Dutch, or 'Afri kaners' who have seized political pow er, partly by disenfranchising the 'col ored' and. the Indians , and partly be cause the British , in the minority by now, profit from thi s segregation policy. It is a policy of 'Apartheid' or separat e development for Africans and whites and is already in action . Several 'Bantus tans' are to be set up, 'states' run ulti mately by the Africans themselves, with financial and technical aid from the whites, different states for different tribal groupings. Luckily for the whites Silly Room Numbering Plagues Classrooms By JOHN ALSTON Of the Campus Staff "221, 222, 223, men's room , 225 • , men' s room? What happened to room number 2;!4?" This is a sample of w hat is a daily eccurrence in our Fine Arts building. Sad to say, tllis building is beset with one of the mo s t chaot i c room number ing systems ever de v ised by man. As 11 matter of fact , we even wonder if a man dev ised it . It seems to have all the earmarks of being the brainchild of one of our electronic marvels. WE'VE BEEN HERE three trimes ters now and we still haven ' t figured the thing out. We' ve even tried studying one of those little colored maps that are affixed to the walls of each of the wings . The only conclusion we can draw from them is that they were devised by the same person (or thing ) that thought up the numbering system , They seem to be more like abstract art work than maps. But the most fantastic product of our designers are the English Literature offices in this very building. You enter this through a very innocuous looking door but lo and behold what meets y our eye when you get inside ! Sinister little cubicles adjoin the most confusing maze of narrow passages ever to confront man or beast. Any moment you expect to hear a loud roar and meet the minotaur face to face. L r T T L E M A N 0 N c A M p u s ' THE PERSON who enters for the first time usually strides purposely in search of Dr. Furquot Stopple . Fearlessly turn ing right at the first "T" he confronts another choice of passages . Now he glanc es at the room numbers to see if they can help him but this Is, of course, im possible. Sheepishly , he wanders a i mlessly for awhile before deciding to swallow pride and go ask the secretary whom he saw when he first entered. But , alas, our modern day Daedalus is now so hope lessly lost he can ' t even find his wa y back to where he came in! Eventually he'll probably see the light of day again but not before many a wrong turn. THE FINE ARTS building is not the only campus buildin g that has been vic timized by a ridiculous numberi ng sys tem. The dormitories and the Administra tion building are equally confusing . Only in these buildings too much numbering seems to be the trouble rather than too little . Even broom closets are dutifully number ed . The air conditioning machin ery in Beta Hall even received compli mentary copies of a local newspaper last week! The door looks just like every other in the hall . Oh well, it may be hard to find the right room but at least one benefit is to be derived from the chaos. Getting to class on time the first day of classes is a teal accomplishment! I I y 8 I 8 L E R these tribal concentrations still exist and do not think of themselves as one united Bantu nationality. Will this policy work? On paper, yes. Even several chiefs, profiting by it, sup. port the program, run of course from the top by the whites. But what about the six or seven million Africans working for the whites on farms and in cities, forced to live in squalor and vice , pushed around relentlessly by the police, forced to carry ever more 'passes'? What is the prospect? Dark and dan gerous. The Afrikaners are united, ob stinate, well armed and will fight. Afri can terrorism in South Africa? Possible. Riots, bloodshed, white terrorism? Prob able. Communist agitation? Inevitable, but carefully watched . UN interference? Not while the UN is divided . American policy? Uncertain . There are close to a billion American dollars invested there. Emily Tops Tom Jones, 8l Campus Movie Critic The "Americanization of Emily" is the best movie to come to Tampa since Tom Jones. It has first-rate acting, good direction, and a script that is intelligent, witty, and sensitive . James Garner has come a long way since Maverick . His skill in comedy was evident even then, but he has added to his abilities of characterization a human element whic)l marks a true actor. No doubt dlrectol{ Art):mr Hill deserves of the credit !or this transformation, but the results are undeniable. AS AN AIDE to an admiral just be fore D-Day, he devoted his life to making war comfortable for his boss, to keeping himself out of danger, and to philoso phizing about the nature of man. Julie Andrews is assigned to him as his driver from the motor. pool, and they fall in love. She is anti-American and highly moralistic , disapproving of his whole style of life. The a c t i . o n of the movie traces her unfolding as a human being. Ratlier than ' being "Americanized, " she is liumarliied. PADDY CHAYEFSKY has written the script f r om the novel by William Brad ford Huie . He catches the lunacy of glori fying war without succombing to ser monizing . His insights into human per sonalit y scorch home, and his sense of the comic is light rather than forced. Each of the supporting actors adds to the high level of quality. Melvyn Douglas as the admiral, Joyce Grenfel as Emily ' s mother, James Coburn as a fellow of ficer , and Keenan Wynn as a drunken seaman are especially good . It is a shame not to be able to find something faulty about a film, but it makes no sense to make up a flaw if none is apparent. Such is the case here. Seldom has such a happy combination been made of ideas , people , situations, and technique . Quotables ••• Laugh not too much : Tbe witty man laughs least. -George Herbert (1633) Of all people, servants and young girls are the hardest to deal with. If you are familiar with them they become bold ; if you are reserved they are un happy, -Confucius (about 500 B.C.) Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote to Thomas Carlyle just before his first Essays (1841) appeared: "In a fortnight or three weeks my little raft will be afloat. Expect nothing more of my powers of construction-no shipbuilding, no clipper, smack, n o r skiff even, only boards and logs tied together . " A name never harms a man if the man does not harm the name. (Eston ian) . When a tiger dies he leaves his skin; when a man dies, his name . (Japanese). A bad wound may heal, but a bad name will kill. ( Scottish ) . Let men obey the laws and women their husbands. Where silly quacks are most respect ed there honest doctors are neglected . It is better to marry a man without money than money without a man. -from Nathaniel Ames' Astronomical Diary and Almanac, 1726 t that he wants the trimester system eliminated. He has also said he will appoint a committee to look into the matter. LET'S NOT HAVE this thinly veiled attempt to placate the pro ponents of the trimester with a committee which already has its orders and findings outlined for it. If the trimester is ultimately found to be replaceable with an improved sustem, then we are all for it. But, as we stated 1 a s t M on d a y, let us not blindly con demn it without a fair study. We believe the governor has already committed a serious error in judgment by his repeatedly negativistic approach to the sys tern, while at the same time talk ing of a study committee. Carl ]ung: The Unconscious In the '20s By GRETA KM DIXON Book Critic CIVILIZATION IN TRANSITION By Carl G. Jung , "L'Incoronailbne di Poppe a" by Angel managed to sUce the work In aU possible placeS' to get It on two records, but 300..year-old Monte loses none ot his vigor here. Cbu acterlzation takes hold becau•e of a welding of two elements: Otlglnality in presentation and competent singers. SBL 3644). Monteverdi has yet to reach full height in his current ren alssance. • • • The Italian version of la story lost little when Rossini decided it would pus an 111 opera. Gone . are the rats, mice and pumpkin n . don OSA 1376}. ... ... ... The ncond Deutsche offering for the Richard Strauss Cen tennlal Is "Die Frau obn Shatten" as recorded live at. the Munich l'fational Theater. Tbls opera, with fant11tic atag. ing ' ' -complexities, untold a aymbollcally. The theme Is human fertility . An inter pretation must be person11l. One cannot help being aware, however, of wltneM lng the Strauu and von Jtoffn\anathal transcendental operatic achievement. 1tst few weeks I htve noted column is scheduled to return this tri• a great loss to your editorial }Yage. I mester? I am writing not only for myself refer specifically to the amusing and but for some of my frlenqs as well. We well-written column, written by Mike all enjoyed Mike's column treMendously. Htsli, that for weeks In Barbara J. Dino the campus edition. His writings con-We have heard several cemments to sisted of some . of the moat refreshing the eoatrai'J: nur view• are always weljournallsm I have read in a long time. eema. He••' eolumn will not rtaumed Could you p o s s I b I y ttll me If his tltla trlmeater-ED. The Campus Edition _ A special edition of The Tampa Times pub Ushed by journaUsm atudenta of the Uni verslty of South Florida. Member, A.,ocla&ed !'rt., e& Editor ... •.•••..••..•............•...... Raleigh Mann Managing Editor ................••.....••...•.. Jay Beckerman lage 'Editor ......................... Mary Ann Moore DEPARTMENT EDITORS Greeks-Phyllis Tarr Religion-Jeffrey L. Bialek Sports-Larry Goodman Student Association-John Alston STAFF WRITERS Jeaa llarfoot, Job :lieu, llerrer, llutf.,,, G e r ••• Cinlteld, Rulh Duke, 2nle Gr•••• Da•ld Bnolfay, Ltalh Rifttotk, St.ta RUler, Mrr• Jerald JteeaeJ, Ltd& atlll,ton, Ktane,, •• &oben Letllner. Itt' ll e • Lleberb. Cerna ,!l•••t0 • LJ••a• A.nnon• Mu ... Joaa llllller, tll.o&l o•aert1 , Leror p a 1 r t • k nltle:r a.awaoa. atet, ltk Dt&Pula. ' Advisor .......................................... Steve Yates Deadline for copy is 1 p.m. Wednesday tor the following Mobday edition. Offices •re located itt the University Center, Room 222, Extension 619. Deadline for letters is 9 a.m. Tuesday. I a! ba pl i a fil po n , L! thj W< p u T1 St 40 ar p E< H A J A b fa ) v H be gJ fc


TO BE A GOLF BALL HUNTER You Need Sensitive Feet By ARCHIE BLOUNT Graham and his three brothbeen hit into the water. It balls from every range in Flor Times Sports Writer ers came to Florida from Ten weighs very little under water," Ida and several from out of . . g to be-Graham explained. t t H f d th n In th You gotta have a sensitive nessee seven years a o . . . s a e. e oun em a e come professional hunters but, It takes a sensitive foot to water traps at Loch Raven. foot to do what Robert Graham as Graham says "pressure find a golf ball. Graham can Of d 't 1 t ld h t ' " " If b ll ith t course we on e anydoes. You toes wou ave o from the Illegal hunters forced sense a go a w ou ac-1 'th ra ge b ll 1 1 tti hi f t lt "I one p ay w1 n a s on be pretty dexterous, too. It's not us out of business." tua Y pu ng s 00 on the course Usually they'll sub-can't explain it " Graham says, . that Graham is an amputee or Legal hunters get the perm is"b t I . t kn ' 't' the . re , sbtute a range ball after they're . . th 1 b to h t th U JUS OW 1 S • • anything like that, it's JUSt that Sion of e c u un e out of sight. his toes are the easiest to use course and contract with the ONCE GRAHAM finds a ball, One golfer, however, evident when he's wading around the club to buy the balls at 8 set he either p i cks it up with his ly didn't want to be troubled rate. illegal hunters, Graham toes or rolls it up the side of with switching balls . He simple water holes Loch Raven golf explains, are mostly youngsters his leg with his foot. "I don't took white paint and painted course. You see, Graham is a v.:ho snea_k onto the at dive under water unless I have over the red range stripe and golf ball hunter. rught to find the balls. They v_e to." played through . Of course he Graham relinquished his prowell run us out .. of busiGolf balls aren't the only thing left a few of his hand fessional golf ball hunting statsays, t.h e r e that Grahm has found. The list golf balls for Graham to frnd. us some years ago when he took JUSt Isn t any money In It anyincludes golf clubs, bones, wala job as greenkeeper at Loch more. lets and even false teeth. To IN CASE you're interested in Raven. Today he only hunts "to , attest to the fact that illegal how many golf balls that are help out at the course." ITS A PRETTY sure b e t hunters hunt at Loch Raven at lost every week at Loch Raven, 'll'm not the only one who that even when the hunting was night, Graham found a flash-Graham hunts twice a week and has left the golf ball huntinggood most folks would be happy light in one water trap 1 as t gets "about 500 balls time. profession," Graham says. "In to else take care w e e k. "It was still burning, Of course , you can fmd many fact" be continued "I doubt of fmdrng lost Thex:e too " Graham said. "I know you more on the larger courses," he • ' are a lot of nsks mvolved m ' , ood d If there are more &han a hand hu f sure couldn t get me to go m n e THE TAMPA TIMES , Monday, January 18, 1965 13 -Staff Photo bJ Anthony Lopes THROWS 'EM THREE AT A TIME Graham Hunts In Chest-Deep lllud, Water ful of professional golf ball huntn mg: . this water at night." In any event a lost golf ball ers left ill the state. You just The risks broken glass Not all golfers are honest . doesn't stay lost long. Graham -Staff Photo bJ Anthony Lope• can't make a Uvlng at it anythat could a foot open, Graham has f 0 u n d literally and fellows like him take care I GOTCHA, YOU GOLF BALL ' .. __ G r a h am has been bitten to the truth in the previous Big Red Moves Up Two Spots MIAMI ()P) -Pensacola High School, with a 14-0 record, is still on top in the Miami Her alq's weekly state high school basketball poll with ten first place votes and 152 points. Daytona Beach Seabreeze, with a 12-0 record, was second with five first place votes and 138 points, followed by Miami Beach (11-0) with 127 points and Fort Lauderdale (9-0) with 108. Others among the top ten and their total points in the poll were: Pompano B e a c h 03-ll 79 points, Palm Beach (11-1) 60, Tampa Hillsborough (11-2) 49, St. Petersburg Northeast 02-1) 40, Jacksonville Paxon <10-2) 24, and St. Petersburg (12-2) 21 points . Next in order were: Orlando Edgewater, Jacksonville Lee, Hialeah, Orlando Evans, Mc Arthur. Juniors To See Action Tonight In Junior High School basket ball action set for tonight, Greco faces Adams at Chamberlain , Van Buren takes on Franklin at 1 Hillsborough. l Varsity junior high action will begin at 7:30 p.m . with eighth graders slated to hit the floor for their games at 6 p.m. MATINEES Wednesdays and Saturdays 2 P.M. Exciting New lVVIN DOUBU ST. PITERSIURct GANDY ILYD, NO MINORS 'STOLEN FROM' OR 'PROPERTY OF' Graham Finds These Tags On 'Lost' Balls ENTRIES I NINTH GAME-Doubles, five polnts: 1. OyanUIIMan_diola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 i : Odds 4. Olalde-Almorza . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 10 FIRST GAME-Doubles. six polnts: 5. Churruca-Garmendla .........•. . . 9 / 2 1 . ReinaldoSalvador . . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. 8 6. Tacolo-Tolosa . . . .. .. .. . .. . .. . . 8 2. Lequeitlo-Retino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7. Ibarrola-Mugartegul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3. Murillo-Galarraga .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. 8 8. ............ 7/2 4. MUo-Luarl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Substitutes: Isasa-Arregul 5. Serglo-Ondarru .... .... ......... 10 TENTH GAME-Doubles. flve polnts: 6. ArlasJauregul ................... 3 1. Arlas-InsausU .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 3 4 2. Tacolo-Salvador .................. 8 . 3. Lukl-Arregut .................... . 5 / 2 SECOND GAME-Stngles, six polnts: 4. ZaldlvlaAtano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1 . Manalo .. .. . 3 5. Iaasa . . . . . . 8 5. Oyarzun-Urqulza .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 8 2. Lukl .. .. .. .. 6 6 . Tacolo .. .. .. 8 6. Olalde-Mandlola .. .. .. .. . .. . .. . .. . 2 3. Oyarzun .. . . 10 7. Mandlola . . . 2 Substitutes: Manolo-Tolos a 4. Urquiza 4 Sub: Tolosa ELEVENTH bl THIRD GAME-Doubles, five polnls: polnts ....ou es, seven 1. Reinaldo.JauregUi ............ .... 5 / 2 1 OyarzUIIMug rtegUi 10 2. Se_rgio-Sa_lvador ....... ........ 8 2 ' Zaldlvl G a dla " .......... 10 3. Milo-Regtno .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8 a lb Ia . • • .......... . 4. Olalde-Luarl ...................... 10 arro a rregu• ........... .... .9/ 2 5. Arias-Galarraga .................. 10 4. Manalo-rolon .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 6. Murillo-Atano ..................... 1 1 2 5. Isasa-Mandlola ................... 8 7 . Lequeitlo-Ondarru .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 6. Tacolo-Martorell .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . 8 8. Motrlco-Insaustl .................. 9/2 7. ChurrucaOrtuondo ............... 5/2 Substitutes: Oyarzun-Urqulza 8. Berasategu_IAlmorza ............. 7/2 FOURTH GAME-Singles, five polnts: Substitutes. Luki-Insaustl 1. Olalde .. .. . 8 5. Milo .. .. .. . 5 2. Reinaldo . . . . 3 6 . Zaldlvia .... 5/2 3. Murillo .. .. . 8 Sub: Atano 4. Arias .. . . .. . 2 FIFTH GAME-Doubles, five points: 1. Manolo-Gar111endia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Garron's Pro Future Uncertain at Present 2 . . . .. .. .. . .. .. . ... .. . .. 8 3. Oyarzun-Ortuondo . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 3 BOSTON (iP) -The profes-4. ZaldlvlaM artoreU .. .. . .. ... .. .. .. 8 5. Churruca-Almorza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 sional football future of Boston 6. Beraaategui-Mucartegul . . . . . ..... 5/2 BUSES LEAVE FROM TAMPA TRAILWAYS & GREYHOUND IUS STATION-S 1. P.M. MATINEES 7 P.M. NIGHTS Substitutes: Iharrola-Mandlola Patriots' fullback Larry Garron SIXTH GAME-Doubles, live points: 1. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. 8 is uncertain toda y. He lies in 5 : .. :::::::::::::::: : tdaction in St. Elizabeth's Hos-4 . IbarrolaReglno .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. 3 5 . Taoolo-Jauregul .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 5 pi tal with a fractured and dis-6. MotrlcoMandlola . . . , ......... .. . . 5/2 • Substitutes: Churruc•Atane located hlp, SEVENTH GAME -Doubles, flve iiiii!;i:iiiiiiiiiiiiit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 the lone standout ball 2. Cburruca-Galarraga .. .. .. . .. .. .. . 8 carrier for the A m e r i c an 3. Berasale!IUiLuarl .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. • 8 4. Murlllo-Garmendla .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . s League club, was hurt when 5. SergloOttuondo .................. S / 2 • h . &. RelnaldoAimorza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 tackled m the fourt penod of Substitutes: Zaldlvla-MugartegUi EIGHTH GAME-Slnt"s, slx polnts: the AFL All-Star game Satur.. : : :: 13 . :: : day. He is the latest in a rash l: : i 7 ' 8 of football all-star casualties. ••• GOTTHATWAV BECAUSE "FERMAN NEVER FOOLS/'' FIGURE IT OUT I FERMAN WAS THE NEW CAR DEALER ttl FLORIP"! "eight or 10 times, once by a statement. moccasin and the other times . . . 1 b k h . h I ld 't 'den Dravmg range balls are usua • y sna es w IC cou n 1 • i lly k d tr " t t th 3oear-o 1 d ly pamted or spec a mar e 1 Y, s a es e Y to identify the range from greenskeeper. which the came. Graham has "I've never been bi tte n by an a collection of range alligator," he continued, but-------------one six-footer did chase my • 1 p h brother out of a water h 0 1 e BruinS rot ro Venice while he Names New Staff huntmg. LOS ANGELES (JP) The In addition to natural hazBruins ' new head football coach, ards, another P r 1 m e concern Tommy Prothro, has named of the hunter is the everyday seve n of the eight men who will duffer. "We always bunt in the assist him in pulling UCLA daytime, Graham poiDted o u t, hopefully-out of the gridiron and in the course of six or eight depths hours (the average time it Fou;, announced Saturday, to hunt a course ) you get quite are his aides from Oregon State a few balls hit at you, uninten--Ron Siegrist, Jerry Long, Bob tionally, of course." McKittrick and John Cuoper. "And when a golfer hits a Prothro also said Saturday he OLDSMAR, FLORIDA ball in the water hole you're h as signed Pepper Rodgers hunting," Graham says, "he ex-from Flodida University and pects you to run over, find it will keep Lew Stueck from the and give it back to him. Even staff of ex-UCLA Coach Bill if we could give it back to him, Barnes. which a legal hunter can't do, Sunday, Prothro announced we probably couldn't find his the signing of John Jardine, ball. It takes a golf ball hours assistant to Coach Jack Mellen to settle in one spot after its kopf at Purdue University. Coming Thursday, Jan. 21 STARTS AT 8 A.M. TODAY SPECIAL PRICES AS LONG AS THESE TIRE BUYS LAST NEW ALL-WEATHER 1142'' NYLONS WITH TUFSVN Toughest Rubber ever used In Goodyear Tires. 6.70 x 15 black tube-type plus tax & recappable tire Add $2 iftrade in not recappable 7.50 x 14, 6.70 x 15 black tubeless plus tax & recappable tire Add $2 if trade-in not recappable GOODYEAR'S NATIONWIDE NO LIMIT GUARANTU . 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14 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January 18, 1965 WITHIN 3 WEEKS 4 Holidays Coming For Public S chools Business Educators Dr. Robert Carter of the Uni versity of Flori da will be the speaker at a meeting of the Hill s borough County Business Education Council Jan. 29 at the Brandon Leisure House. Dr. Carter is a member of the marketing department staff of the university ' s College of Busi ness Administration. He is a former project director for the Traveling Justice PORTALES, N .M. {IP) -An Elida justice of the peace has to travel 24 miles here to ap pear before another JP, after he had been cited for making an illegal turn. William Crume, 71, made the trip. He appeared before JP Eldon Whitton and was fined $10 plus $7.50 court cost. Crume said It was the first time he has had to appear in court in the 51 years he has been driving. The two are the only justices of peace in Roosevelt County. SOFT A$ A l(ISS-o lVORLD'S FINEST WHISKY DR. ALVAREZ ON HEALTH Shut-in Child Kept Happy Many Ways best children's books. YftBRioGE Many children love to make things, and as the author says, it is amazing what interesting By OSWALD JACOBY things can be made out of Newspaper Enterprise Assn. brown paper ba_gs, soda straws, The late Ely Culbertson used paper plates, mllk cartons, alu-to write about experts at their minum foil, cereal boxes, empty best and worst. Columnists us spools, shoe boxes, and othe: obually like to show experts at jects that can be found m a their best but if you want to house. Many a _mother has told see one at his worst here is an me her child rather outstanding example. play with homey thmgs hke that . than with the most expensive South might well have don toys she could buy in a store. bled the openmg spade but Children can get g rea t hap-he chose to With piness also from going through he JUSt felt m a drawer of pots and pans in a a whimsical mood; perhaps he kitchen wanted to make sure that he would play the hand for his side. ONE WAY in which to fas-North raised to three hearts. cinate a child is to give him a Now South decided that there present all wrapped up; he'll m i g h t well be a slam in the be so interested to unwrap it, hand. In any event, his four and see what is inside . Plenty club bid was a slam invitation. of paper with crayons can keep North refused the invitation by a child busy for a long time. going only to four hearts and Also, children love to cut out South bid four spades as a re paper dolls -a whole row of peated slam invitation beyond them. Small children love to the game level. Again North re color pictures with crayons. fused, but South went to six Often the child should be left hearts anyway. awhile to his own devices, espeAs North put down the dum cially if the mother is overly nervous and worrisome and too deeply concern e d over the child's illness. If she keeps fret ting around the youngster, she can get him tired and nervous. OFTEN THE BIG secret is to find something that the child can make. Most of u s, from childhood to old age, are hap piest when making sumething. Whenever possible, the sick child should be allowed to sit up in a chair; he will be much happier there than in bed. Mak ing a scrapbook may give pleas ure: Given a scrapbook, a lot of old magazines, a pair of scissors and a pot of mucilage, the child can be very happy. A girl, of course, can dress dolls. Sometimes a child will enjoy very g r e a t 1 y having a story read to him. But there are limits to the amount of time NORTH • .Tl09 5 . • KJlO +K984 ...J5 WEST EAST (D) 18 .872 .AKQ643 .95 .8'12. +Q32 +765 .KIIU3 ... Q SOUTH •None .AQ643 +AJlO ... Al0862 East and West vulnerable Ean Soaih Norih 1• 2• Pass a• Pass 4 "' Pass 4 • Pass 4 • Pass 5 Pass 6 Pass Pass Pass Opening 2 my, he remarked, "You gave Short Tempered me a fine choice. I could drop A clergyman who bought you at two hearts or watch you Shakerspeare's house in Stratplay a slam. Good luck!" ford-upon Avon in the 18th cenSouth's play wasn't as whim tury became so angry at sightsical as his bidding, but it was seers peering over his fence even more ineffective. He ruffed that he hacked down a multhe spade opening and led a low berry tree said to have been club. West rose with the king planted by the poet. The parson and gave his partner a club ruff. was run out of town after he Later on, South took the dialtl!'; ILE!OII SIITCB W!ISII DIHTI PIDif IIPOIIEI Bl IIYEililSE IIS!Illlll, Ill., flll.l. • demolished the house itself. mond finesse the wrong way let Personal put CASH in your pocket today Left-over bills to .pay? Time-payment accounts? Heavy expenses? Clean 'em all up with cash from Personal I Then, make only one payment instead of several ••• have more cash left over each month ••• and probably save money, too I Just call up, come in. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY loans up to $600 on Signature, Furniture or Car TAMPA-Personal Finance Company of Tampa • 208 Zack Street . . . .............. Phone: 229-8581 ST. PETERSBURG--.., Personal Finance Company of St. Petersburg • 530 Central Avenue . . . . . . . . . . . .. Phone: 894-7661 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE FOR HOURS f and was down two. Strangely, Soath could have made the hand. He might have led the ace of at trick two and then diagnosed East's queen play as a singleton. Then he would h a v e to guess the queen of diamonds correctly, ruff two more spades in his own hand, draw trump, cash the last diamond and lead the jack of clubs at trick 12. West could take his king, but would have to return a club to South's 10 spot. Q-The bidding bas been: Wesi NorUl East South 1 "' Dble Pass 2 "" Pass 2 • Pass ? You, South, hold: .K106H .AQU +65 ""'2 What do. you do now? A-Bid fciur hearis. You 'lniDt tobetnnme. TODAY'S qUESTION Your partner continues with a bid of five clubs. do ;rou do now? ADiwer !'am aow DISEASE CONTROL PROJECT Sanitation Course Under Way By POLLYjiiENRY Times Staff Writer PRIVATE\ to Women Areas for the block sampling ous areas of the state with th1 idea of setting up similar programs in their home communi• ties. 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• New Diamonds, Full Baseball Schedule Seen Sport Talk You Can Help I ntercolleg iates By LARRY GOODMAN club begins practice this week and is still welcoming all men By LARRY GOODMAN "merit awards" to be used for Campus Sports Editor for the first time. Daily after-interested in playing the game Campus Sports Editor worthy high school players. A new baseball field and a noon drills are slated for 3:45 to join the club. No previous There is also a wealth of tal20-game intercollegiate schedule to 4:45. Hubert G. Wright, as-experience is necessary. intercollegiate baseball ent right here' on our own camare on tap for USF. sistant professor of physical FffiST SEASON of intercol-maJor sport? If you have to boil pus. I am speaking of all the The newly formed baseball education, is coaching the sport legiate competition will be the it down to a "yes" or "no" an-fellow s here at USF who have , Proficiency Tests Schedule Is Given spring of 19 66. The 20-game swer, the nays have it. Sure had a fine training in schedule has not been compiled there is a national collegiate or who have a keen desire to yet but will include 14 home . learn the sport. As Mr. Wnght games, seven with Florida colchampiOn, . both small college said, previous experience in orleges. and large, m baseball. Sure doz-ganized baseball is of great help, The s e v e n Florida colleges ens of top-notch base-but it is not necessary if you'll are Florida Presbyterian, Flor-ball. players are signed to pro-start training now with the new ida Southern Jacksonville Rolfesswnal contracts each year, baseball club. Already some lins, st. Leo, 'stetson, and 'Tam-just as in college football and 60 or 70 fellows have shown an pa University. Other teams on basketball. interest in the club and interest Students who wish to complete 4. You will be required to take tour will likely include diamond These statements, however, is expected to increase now that a motor skill proficiency upon nines from northern Ivy League are insignificant in light of the actual practice is beginning. successful completion of the and Big Ten conferences. fact that collegiate baseball is A key factor in this discus-Wendy Wonders Where To Begin a physical education requirement for credit may do so by taking proficiency tests in any of the following areas: archery, basketball, bowling, fencing, golf, tennis and swimming. written knowledge test. A NEW baseball fie 1 d is simply not played up as much sion has not been brought up SWIMMING: planned to be completed by sum-as intercollegiate. football and yet. This factor is the one that Freshman Wendy Fletcher puzzles prettily where to begin in this sea of printed information ? Pamphlets on nearly every subject are available at the AD information desk, Registrar's office and the UC desk.-(USF Photo) Place: U.S.F. Recreational me1 •• "It will have spectator basketball, the major college will ultimately determine the Swimming Pool. seating for about 1,000," said sports. What is the spectator success of intercollegiate base-Time: 3:30-5 p.m. Wright, "and will be located seating capacity of most college ball at the University of South Questions About the University? Place: Jan. 20-CH 100; Jan. 21-CH 111. Time: 3:30-5 p . m . Dates: Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1965. Thursday, Jan. 21, 1965 . Dates: Wednesday, Jan. 27. between' the present intramural base b a 11 fields? How much F 1 or ida. It will determine Thursday, Jan. 28. site and Fowler Avenue." money does a university make whether baseball on this cam-1. Registration will take place Coach Wright has been al-off its baseball program? As you pus will be a major sport, which at the pool. lotted seven "merit awards" can see, baseball is rather mi-it can be; or a minor sport, as it Pamphlets Give Wealth of Facts 1. Yo u must register in the Physical Education Office prior to taking these proficiencies. 2. Registration will close on Tuesday, January 19, 1965. 3. You may register for two proficiencies -one each day. 2. You may dress in the lock-for recruiting top high school nor. is on most college campuses er-shower bldg. or in your res-players. The maximum amount The reason we need be con-throughout the land. This facidence hall. of the award will be $300. "Only cerned with the problem is sim-tor will even have an influence 3. No written is required. five will probably be used the ple: actual-gosh-darn-real inter-on our won-lost column in 4. You must furmsh your own first y e a r," noted Wright, collegiate baseball is coming to baseball record books. This IS towel. "since the team may only have USF. Evacuate buildings by the nearest w e e on campus arc she will instruct in Charm and open stairways. 13 14 and 15. D F J B d f th * * * Self Improvement. 4J Render assistance to Incapacitated D 'G'l H t d' t f r. ranees ernar 0 e The next meeting of the LitSecond in a series of lecture• * * occupants. r. 1 er z, coor ma or 0 USF Zoology Department will r5 l 1\foye. to a distance of 100 feet the Weekend Steering Commit-k t th M . B. 1 erary Society will be Wednes-discussions on the Existence of "The Allusions" froin St om bulldmgs and remain there until . . spea a e anne 10 ogy , the all clear is given. . tee, announced that there will Club' s organizational meeting day, Jan. 20 at 1:25 p.m. in God will be the Catholic Petersburg, will be the band at sigfe be a meeting of all. interested on Thursday, Jan. 2 1 at 7 :30 the UC ballroom. Student Orgamzatwn Thursday the University Center dance on classrooms. people on Jan. 20 10 UC 203 p.m. m LS 272. A new president and vice at 7:30 p.m. in UC 264-5. Friday Jan 22 from 9 to 12 INTERVIEWS th f h (1) t b ' . ' 1 2lHi5: Brow a r d County Schools, dunng e ree our • 0 -president will be elected and Featured speaker will e Fath-p.m. in the University Center teach-,plan for the annual The Windjammers invite all several appointments will be W. , S . J., of Jesuit Ballroom. The appropriate dress Z

16 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January 18, 1965 Mrs. Joseph W. Mathews Jr. IN ANY LANGUAGE THE WORD "SERVICE" IS UNDER. STOOD AND APPREC l A TEo"' WHEN PERFORMED BY For PERSONAL Se"ice in thi s area call TROPIGAS Our telephone number i s in the Yellow Pagts under MISS JAN I Sunday Service Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rodriguez Mrs. Thomas J. Rusche Mrs. Brian R. Trombley IS HOW A MEMBER OF OUR STAFF SPECIAL SUN & SURF PERMANENT WAVE $595 Complete -------------------SH'AMPOO SET $250 Complete CALL 837-2891 No Appointment Necessary Couples Say 1 Do' Grace Episcopal Church was the scene of the marriage of The Rev. Clarence Zachman Best man was Lee LaRussa. sheath gown of white peau with The double ring ceremony Miss Melinda Gladys McEach united in marriage Miss Norma Ronald Jones, Robert Pascluta Irish lace trim. A matching pill-was held in Corpus Christi Cath ern and Lt. Joseph William Jean Pasciuta and John Roand Alan Alonso grooms box held her n:usion veil and olic _and the Rev. John . men-ushers and Wtlliam Shaw she carried pmk sweetheart Lawler offlctated. Mathews Jr. dnguez Sunday. Jr. was r ing bearer. roses. Parents of the bride are Mr. They were married Sunday, 'll< 4 o'clock, by the Rev. James M. Lilly. MiicDill AFB Chapel was the A reception at the MacDill Matron of honor was her and Mrs. J'Ohn E. Newton of scene of the double ring cere NCO Club followed the cere-ter, Mrs. W. J. Fields, Miss Tavares, .Fla. Mr. and Mrs. mony held at 3:30 p.m. mony. After a wedding trip to en Garcia, Miss Shirley More Paul Trombley of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pasciuta, Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. Rodri-lock and Miss Karen Rusche, Minn., are the bridegroom's par Mrs. Mathews is the daughter 2424 Harper St., are parents of guez will live in Ft. Riley, sister of the bridegroom, were ents. f d M M M the bride . Her husband is the son Kansas. bridesmaids. They chose gowns Gh•en in marriage by her o Dr. an 1 rs. yron C of Mrs. Bebe Shaw of Tampa * * * of green peau and carried h 2 B I d Lt father, the bride wore a formal Eac ern, 7 5 S. ou evar and John Rodriguez Sr. of New The Rev. Lawrence Higgins nations. gown of white satin and lace Mathews is the son of Mr. and York. solemnized the marriage of Miss Bes t man was Richard Fine. with a chapel train. A pearl Mrs. Joseph w. Mathews of Given in marriage by her fa Nina Marie Booth and Thomas Ed McDonald, Ronnie Gray crown held her lace and illusion ther, the bride wore a formal James Rusche Saturday. Don Elkinton, and Gary veil. Birmingham, Ala. gown of white taffeta accented St. Lawrence Catholic Church ards were The bride chose a formal sat with sequins and pearls ending was the scene of the 3 o'clock, A reception at the in and alencon lace gown. Her in a chapel train. Her veil was double ring ceremony. tiona l Inn followed the veil was held by a pearl and attached to a pearl bridal crown. The bride is the daughter of mony. After a wedding trip to . . Mrs. Carolyn Pasciuta served Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Booth , 4211 Lido Beach, Sarasota, Mr. and satin crown and she earned as matron of honor. Miss Rose Watrous. Parents of the brideMrs. Rusche will live in Tampa. white glamelias. Her father gave Mary Pasciuta, Miss Betty groom are Mr. and Mrs. T. H. • • • her in marriage. Perez and Miss Nora Palleiro Rusche, 2114 W. Minnehaha. Miss Linda Agnes Newton be . . were bridesmaids. Flower girl Given in marriage by her fa; came the bride of Brian Roger Attendmg as matd of honor was Karen Howell. ther, the bride wore a formal' Trombley Saturday at 2:30p. m . was Miss Dixie Lee McEachern sister of t b e b r i d e. Miss Janice Smith of Springfield, Tenn ., was bridesmaid. They wore formal g o w n s of mint green brocade and carried yel low flowers. Date Pad Dear Abby ••• See Signs Miss Janis Douglas of Ta vares attended as maid of honor. Miss Paula Hoffler of .Eustis, Fla., and Miss Helen Newton were bridesmaids. Flower girls were Donna and Kathryn New ton. They wore street length gowns of turquoise and gold brocade. Best man was William Schmeil ing of Key West. Robert and Irving Newton were grooms men-ushers. A reception at East Lake Park civic club followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Trombley will live in Key Wes t where he is stationed. Best man was the bridegroom's father. Attendants were James Mathews and Luth er McEachern. AhlgaU Van Boren ____ AD_VE_R_Tis-EME_NT ___ _ COIFFURE de ROMA Lt. and Mrs. Mathews left for The Catholic Social Club will meet Friday, 7:30 p.m.; with Carole James, 4110 Barcelona. their new home in Goeppingen, FLORALIA Fast RELIEF for BEAUTY SALON 4530 GANDY BLVD. Germany, after a wedding reDEAR ABBY: When I started going with Earl 10 years ago, ANYONE CAN LEARN TO PLAY THE HAMMOND ORGAN ••• FREE! ! Young or Old This special course is designed to introduce the beginner to the HAMMOND ORGAN J and to show how easily one may learn to play it. The only cost is $3.00 for indi vidual study material. It's not nec essary to own an organ as we furnish day or evening practice facilities. NO PREVIOUS MUSICAL TRAINING OR BACKGROUND NECESSARY CLASS STARTS 7:30 TOMORROW REGISTER NOW! TEL. 223 ception at the home of Mr. and Floralia Group 6, flower show he promised me that after he finished his 20 years in the Navy judges will meet Tuesday, we would get married. Well, he's been out three.years now, and aunt and uncle. 10 at the Garden Club he never says anything about marriage any more. He even a. • placed his hand on the Holy Bible once and swore he'd buy me Center, Bayshore Blvd. a ring, so when I asked him why he didn't, he said I talked too YOU'RE WELCOME AT THE Dry, Rough Skin and Chafing Diaper Rash -Minor Burns Athlete's Foot -Windburn LuiJrlcatea a1 it Medicates RES I NOL Medici•• I OINTMENT Sold in Drugstores Everywhere 106 E. TYLER ST. MUSIC co. TEL. 223 ANTIQUES SHOW PREVIEW RECEPTION Tuesday Evening 7-10 P.M., Jan. 19th AT THE GAY BLADES 2191 NINTH AVE. NORTH, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. JANUARY 20-24th-OPEN DAILY 1-10 P.M. CLOSING SUNDAY AT 6 P.M. 65 Exhibits by Nation's Leading Dealers SPONSORID By The Pinellas County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc. and The laater Seal Guild. Donation 1 . 00 You've Never Tasted Fresh Apple Juice Before ! NowYouCan! Fresh Frozen Washington Apple Juice Comes To Town[ EXECUTIVE much. After 10 years of going around together he decides I talked too much! Executive Secretaries, Inc. I found a book of matches in his pocket on which was written will meet Wednesday, 7 p.m., at in his own hand, "IS THERE ANY WAY I CAN SEE YOU TO Silver Lake Country Club for NIGHT?" I am sure he wasn't writing that kind of message to a dinner-meeting and installa-another man. I am 39. Do you think it takes a 41-year-old roan tion of officers. 10 years to make up his mind? AAUW GLADYS DEAR GLADYS: No. I think Earl finished one 20-year bitch and be's not about to go for a lifetime hitch just yet. The hand North Tampa Study Group, writing on the book of matches is clear enough. Don't wait for AAUW, will meet Thursday, him to draw you any pictures. 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. * * • • Charles H. Wildy, 3310 LaceDEAR ABBY: Why do you claim that you answer people's wood Drive. problems when you don ' t? This is the fourth letter I've written to you and it will be the last if you don't answer. Do you just SOUTHEAST throw a letter away if you can't think up a smart answer for it? My problems are a lot more serious than some of the stupid ones Southeast Tampa J u n 1 or I have seen in your column. Does a person have to PAY to get Woman's Club will sponsor a his letter in the paper? If you don't answer this one, I am going Bake Sale Saturday at Southto quit taking the paper. LONG-TIME SUBSCRIBER east Plaza Shopping Center. The sale wUl begin at lG a.m. DEAR SUBSCRIBER: Does your newspaper run a "tag'' after each of my columns stating that I will answer all letters WHICH INCLUDE A SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVE LOPE? If It doesn't, it should. All these letters ARE answered, CATHOLIC Catholic Social C I u b of but due to the space limited to me, only a few letters can be answered daily in my column. Sorry. Tampa will tour Busch Gardens with the St. Petersburg Club Saturday. Members will meet at the Tampa Club at 2:30 p.m. * * • KAPPA THETA DEAR ABBY: My Mother, Dad, husband and I had a big argument and we want you to settle it for us. Every time we go out for dinner, roy husband orders steak. He is left-handed and can't cut it properly, so he gives his plate to me and I cut it for him. My parents say that this is not proper, but my husband Kappa Theta Chapter, Dappa and I don't see anything wrong with it. What is your opinion? Delta Phi, will sponsor a car LEFTY'S WIFE wash Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., DEAR WIFE: Why your left-handed husband. has trouble at the Nebraska Avenue-Idlewild cutting steak is beyond me. But if he wants you to cut it and you're willing, it should be nobody else's business. Publix Store. * • * CITY COUNCIL For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding," send Election of officers is scheduled tonight, 8 o'clock, when r Epsilon Sigma Alpha City Coun cil meets in the Blue Room, First Federal Savings and Loan Association in d o w n t o w n Tampa. fABULOUS NEW YORK THEATRE PARTY featuring "HELLO DOLLY" "FUHHY GI'RL" "BAREFOOT IH THE PARK" THE PERFECT GIFT and ONE 11x14 BRONZETONE 97' PORTRAIT A $15.00 VALUE ONLY GROUPS $1.00 EXTRA PER PERSON-ONLY ONE TO A FAMILY 'Can not Be Used With Any Other Olan Mills Advertising Offer. To Avoid Waiting Please Call 237 for an Appointment ,_ ______ ,. o an m1 STUDIO s 2273 EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER SOUTHEAST CORNER OF PLAZA TAMPA, FLORIDA PHONE 237-3970 GOOD THRU JAN. 28th 1965 Olfico Hours: Tues.-Wtci.Thura., 12 to I P.M. Fri.Sat., 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. CIOHd Monday "ANY WEDNESDAY" Tour also include• Radio City Music Hall, tranolors otation to hotel and return. five davs and four nights Hotel Manhattan, plus round trip transPortation including rtllrvod coach stat, priced as low as $178.00 per paroon , double occupancy, Lv. Tampa Feb. 14 Return Feb . 20 Via West Coast Champion F'or additional information and reservations, contact your Travel Agent, local Coast Line Ticket Agent, or 314 Madison Street Phone 229-9319 Jack 11. Gordon, General Passenger Alltnt a11Mode LARGO e CLEARWATER DUNEDIN e SEARSTOWN in LAKELAND LET US BRING OUT TAMPA BRANDON IN YOU ;:.. . SLIGHT, LIGHT OR WHITE! As you'd like it, so we'll blonde it with Roux Crem D'lite, our spec ial brand of blonde magi c. It's coo l er, more comfortab l e, and much lovelier! . BLONDING FROM $SOD up EXTRA TOPPING for new-blonde hair! Anyone of 18 delicious toning colors in full Rinse, Roux's instant color that rinses in, shampoos out . •


ISO Automobiles For Sale VOLKSWAGEN, Sun roof, new JPaint, look.! tood. mechanically perfect. $445. Ed's Automotive. 3413 Swann Ave. 876-4859, Dealer 'tHUNDERBIRD '62 Hardtop Lustrous platinum white imnylon carpetlng. lmpoulble to be lieve it' ' s even been driven. One owner. 15,716 completely verlf!able miles. $2,695. Quality Cadillac City, Cor. U . S . 19 at 38th Ave. N., St. Petersbijrg. Open daily 9-9. Sunday arter church. WHOLESALE 1963 FALCON Futura convertible. 4 In floor, AC. Sacrifice, $1495. 831-8031 . 5113 Longfellow, '57 FORD convertible, straight shift, power steering, 677-6543. 1963 VOLKSWAGEN Deluxe. Radio, good condition. Private owner. $1495. 935-4885 '56 DODGE, good transportation, $95. Eel's Automotive. 3413 Swanll Ave. 876-4859. Dealer FORD, 1956, 390 C[, 3 speed stick. 988-5491 CADILLA'=c;-:t"'96::;2:-."""'Lovely high gloss SParkling bright flnlsh. Stunning deep grain natural tone aU leather interior, soft supple & completely luxurious. One very careful re tired couple has owned It since new. Used SParingly because It was one of two cars. Utilized only on sepcial occasions. Driven lB.S72 completely verifiable miles. The reflected In Its showroom appeal' ance & faultless performance. Fully equipped lncludln(! cool comfort able factory 811" conditioning. $2950. Please ask for stock No. 495, Quality Cadillac City, Corner U.S. 19 at 38th Ave. N. St. Peters burg. Open daily 9-9. Sunday after Churcb. -:cv=e =ry=--=g=ood=-=c""o=-ndi"'"""ti-=-on,=Power, air $1350. 839-4287. '59 CHEV . 6 cyl. stick $499. No cash needed, $6.50 wk. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 '57 FORD $195 ?903 FLORIDA AVE. DLR. TO settle elderly man's estate, must dispose of pretty tutone '60 Karmann Ghla (Volkswagen). For further Information caU Adminis trative assistant, 932-7932 after 5 PM. l96JSTUDEBAKER Regal, below wholesale, 689-5133. '57 CHEVROLET: V-8, standard, new tires. Good condition . $400. 247-2083. "MR. MELVIN" 932-5900 PH. 988 If IF you are working In Florida, if you have 55, If you wish to buy quaUty, If you !Ike a 1 year warranty plus service, then we suggest that you see the friendly sales staff at Okay Motors. And if you don't have $5 we may even be able to loan you that. Okay Motors, Inc. 5720 Florida Ave. P.h. 238 1607 '62 Metro A SUPERIOR I I t t I e runabout that tets up to 40 miles to a gallon 9f gas. 2 door hardtop styling, tutone Cardinal Red & Ivory. Superior car with Superior terms. 55 down, $10 week. Open 9-9 dally. Superior Motors 4205 Florida Ave. Ph. 237-3929 AUCTION EVERY Mon. Wed. & Fri. at, 7 P.M. Anyone can buy or sell Goff & Mullls, 13223 Nebraska Ave. 932-0431. FERMAN OLDS lfsed Cars '63 Falcon s1295 Statioll Wagon. Standard trans., radio, heater. '63 Chev. s2095 Impala 4-Dr. Hardtop. V-8, auto. trans. , power steering, radio, heater, cream puH. '61 Olds s1695 98 Sedan . Auto. trans ., power steering and brakes, radio, heater, factory air, e/seat, e/windows. '61 Buick s1395 lnvicta Coupe Hordtop. Auto. trans., p.s., p . b., ra dio, heater. l YEAR WARRANTY FERMAN OLDSMOBILE FLA. & LAKE223252 OPEN 'TIL. 9 P . M . SPORT CARS '84 PORSCHE Coupe ..•. '64 MQ Midget 164 TRIUMPH Spi t P'ira . '13 TRIUMPH Tlt-4 '83 M .G.B. Conv. '63 TRIUMPH TR-3 . '63 A. HEALEY "3000'0 • '82 PORSCHE Coupe . . • '81 M,Q.A. '60 MERC ' D'Sl90, 2 tops '60 POttiCHii: ........ . '60 CORVETTE, 2 tops .. '60 MGA '59 CORVETTE. Auto •.. PLEASURE CARS 'IS MUSTANG Hardtop '64 PONT. Temp. 2-Dr. '64 RAMBLER Classic 4d '64 FORD XL 4-spd, . , . '64 MONZA 2 -0r, 4 spd, '63 OLOS F-85 4 -Dr •... '83 FORD XL. 4 -Dr, .... '64 FORD Q:ol. 4-Spd •.• '63'12 FORD 2 Dr. HT •.• '62 PLYM Fury H . T . '&3 FORD FL500 4Dr •.. '63 MONZA Spyder 4 spd. '62 RAMB . Classic 4-Dr. 162 CORV. Monza. Auto. '61 CORVAIR MONZA .. 160 PONTIAC Hardtop,. FOREIGN ECONOMY '62 MERC ' DES 190 4-Dr. '60 BORGWARD Wg. . . '60 METRO Conv •..... '60 FIAT BUI '59 DATSUN 4-Dr •..... Call us for convert ibles, air conditioned cars ar station wagons . Phone 831-1581 ' ••. . . Open Sunday . ' 4217 GANDY 150 Automobiles For Sale PONTIAC Bonneville 1964 sedan. Comfort control air condition, elec tric windows and 6 way electrtc seats. Full equipment. Absolutely mint fresh throughout. The finish mirror smooth and reflective. The interior Immaculately kept and dramatically beautuul. Purchased new by a very nice elderly couple who kept it mint fresh. 5,136 com pletely verifiable miles, $3,695. Quality CadlUac City, Cor. U.S. 19 at 38th Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Open dally 9-9. Sunday after churcb. '61 RAMBLER, extra nice car, S695. Ed's Automotive. 3413 Swann Ave. 876-4859. Dealer '58 FORD 6 cyl. stick $399. No cash needed, $5 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 '59 BUICK Special, white, nice In terior, mechanically perfect. $695. Ed's Automotive. 3413 Swanll Ave. 876-4859. Dealer '56 CHEV . BelAir Hardtop. No cash needed, $8 week . Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 CHEVROLET lmpala Hard Top '63. Comfortable air conditioning. One owner, 9,614 completely verifiable miles. Radio., heater, automatic , and power. Factory fresh condition . Lovely frost blue finish immacu lately kept au original Interior. $2,395. Quality Cadillac C!IY, Cor. U.S. 19 at 38th Ave . N., St. l'eters burg. Open dally 9-9. Sunday after churcb. WE can finance you for as little as $3 week. In good looking, good running Fords, Chevys, Plymouths, Buick.!, Olds, etc. with straight or automatic tranamlsslon. For instant credit cbeck just call 232-4891 232-3741 SUN RAY MOTORS, lNC. 6300 FLORIDA AVE. '55 CHEV. 2 door V-8 $399. No cash needed, $5 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 BUICK Riviera 1964. Judge for your self. This superb model has had loving care. Gorgeous, deep finish under coats & coats of wax. So bright & clean inside, that it even smells new. The original owner was a retired gentlemen In his 70s. He told us he didn't need such a heavy powerful car but when he got behind the wheel he couldn't resist. He traded last week for a '65 model. You won't be able to resist this buy either. 7,078 miles. $3,695. Quality Cadillac City, Cor. U.S. 19 at 38th Ave. N., St. Peters burg. Open dally !f-9. Sunday after church. '62 CORVAIR COUPE 4-SPEED TRANS . RADIO & HEATER BIG ENGINE EXTRA CLEAN ONLY $1093 WILL TRADE TONY WEIR 2802 FLA. AVE, PH. 229-2802 No Payment 'Til Feb. '56 Cadi DeV. Sed .... $225 $ 9 mo. '58 Chevrolet ........ S125 S 7 mo. '55 Chev. Coupe ..... $175 $ 8 mo. '55 Pontiac ........... $125 $ 7 mo. '57 Ford . . . . . . ...... S279 $10 mo. ' 59 Plym 9 / P Wag .. .. $375 $21 mo. '59 BonnevUJe . . . .... $797 $43 mo. Written Warranty One Dollar Down Best Terms In Town Best Auto Sales 4830 Fla. Ph. 237-3306 1956 OLDS 98 4 door sedan, R&H, PS, PB. $150. 5408 Cherokee Ave 1953 FORD 2 door $6!;., 1953 Ford .. We've Got 'Em .tlll! FROM LARGE TO SMALL '64 BUICK Wagon. II, H, : .w: ...... 53495 '64 IMPALA Coupe, R, H , ......... 52995 '64 FALCON Ranchero. V-I, 51995 Fordomatic .. '62 CHEVROLET wa_a_o_n.' .. '1295 '61 CHEVROLET 4 -Dr. R, H1 PS. '57 PONTIAC 2 -0r, ::::: .......... 5595 '55 FO!tD 4Dr. •. .. 5395 ' 63 VALIANT 2Dr., '1395 automatic .... '64 .. 5 1 095 '64 FI!'T 11000$1195 3 tn stock •..• '63 FIAT 1100D$695 One only ....••. '61 FIAT llOODs495 One only .••.•. '63 CORTINA FORD$1495 4Door ...•.. '64 CORTINA Q,T, Coupe, $1795 air cond . .... . '63 3 RDSTR, $2295 Wtre wh••l• .. '63 3 RDSTR. 51895 3 '" stock . . '60 3 ... $1095 '60 SPRITE $795 RDSTR . .... , .. '63 SPITFI Rli: $1795 RDSTR •..... '58 A-HEALEY, 51295 4-pass. rdstr. •eo 51295 'IS FIAT 4-Door ....•.. 51817 '15 TRIUMPH Spts. 6 $2195 Rdstr. . ...•.. '65 TRIUMPH 2 Door $1695 Sedan ...... . '83 FALCON 4Dr. Wagon, $1395 stick ........ . '64 ANGL.IA . $1195 2 in stock •.. '63 ENG, FORD CAPRI G.T. 51195 Coupe •.....• '60 CHEV, 2Dr. Wagon, New $895 motor ...... . '57 CHEV. 2 Dr. V-8 Wagon, s595 stick ...•••••. 'IO •••••. 5495 •sa ANQLJA, $395 New motor .... . •ss CAD . Air s495 con d., n 1ce ..••• 30 More In Stock Bob Clart S.z: Try us-you'll like us Homer F. Herndon's jtnblrmutrs Franchised "Fiat" & j "Triumph" New Car Dealer 3909 FLA. AVE. PHONE 223 Open 5 Hites a Week 1 50 Automobiles For Sale '57 CHEV . BelAir V-8, Auto. No cash needed, S8 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232 CADILLAC '64 Gorgeous Ermine White finish, sparkling immacu lately kept Interior. Dramatically accentuated by luxuriously • u p 9 months ago by elderly gentle man who trades every year. Driv en 3.830 completely verifiable miles. Please ask for stock No. 501. Quality CadiUac City, Corner U.S. 19 at 38th A\'e. N. St. Petersburg. Open dally 9-9. Sunday after Church. '56 PONTIAC Convertible. No cash needed, $6.50 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 Sheppard's IMPORTS (4 Mechanics On Duty) SHOP IN COMFORT The South's Largest Indoor Import Showrooms '65 MO "B" Hardtop. Red '85 MG "B" Rdstr. White, red, black. Wire or disc '155 AUSTIN Cooper S-1275CO '65 AUSTIN H. "3000" Red '65 SPRITE & MIDGETS Roll-up windows. All colo .. '85 MG "1100" Sed. 2 or 4-dr. '65 TR Herald Con v. Exec. car '65 TRIUMPH TR-4. Blue '65 TR SPITFIRE. Red, white '65 SUNBEAM Sedan, Auto. '65 SUNBEAM Sod., 4-on-flr. '85 SUNBEAM Tiger V-8 '65 HILLMAN Husky St. Wag. '65 SUNBEAM Imp. Blue '65 SUNBEAM Alpine Rdstr. '65 SUNBEAM GT. Cpe, Automatic transmission 'IS ALFA "1600" Spyder '64 HILLMAN Husky St. Wag. '61 VW Sunroof. Extra clean '63 VOLVO 122S Sedan '63 HILLMAN Super, Red '59 JAGUAR 3.4 4-Dr. Sed. '61 SAAB Sedan '62 HILLMAN Convertible '61 SPRITE (Bug-Eye). Clean '60 VOLVO "544" 2-Door '51 SUNBEAM ttapier •sa Magnette Sedan. Clean '80 CORVAIR 2Dr. Xclean '58 HILLMAN Husky St. Wag, '57 MOA Black 1413 S. HOWARD AYE. WHtc Nites 'til I P,M, ... 253 DAILY SPECIALS '58 CHRYSLER ... $595 WINDSOR 4 DOOR HARD TOP. Automatic, power steer ing, radio and heater. '58 PONTIAC .... $595 4 DOOR . Extra c;lean! '61 VALIANT .... $895 V200 4-DOOR. Radio and h e a t e r, automatic. &xtra clean. One owner. '62 DODGE ..... $1195 4 DOOR. V, automatic, radio and heater, white with tan interior. '62 RAMBLER .•. $1095 CLASSIC 4-DOOR. Stick shift, radio and heater, 22,000 ac• tual miles. 1801 . FLA. AVE. PHONE 229.9427 FERMAN Never Fools! TODAY! + '63 FORD XL. ... $2295 4-DODR Hardtop. R ad i o, heater, automatic, p o we r steering and brakes, factory air conditioned, whitewall tires. '62 PONTIAC ... $1995 BONNEVILLE 4-Door Hard top. Radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes: , factory air conditioned, white• wall tires. '61 CHEVROLET $1595 IMPALA 4-Door Hardtop, V-8, automatic, radio and heater, air conditioned. '63 CADILLAC ... $3695 SEDAN DeVille. P'ull power, factory air conditioned, radio and heater, leather interior, whitewall tires. '60 OLDS ...... $1395 "88" 4-DOOR, Full power, automatic, radio, heater, factory air conditioned, whitewall tires. '62 BUICK ..... $2295 ELECTRA "225" 4Door Hard top. Full power, fact-ory air conditioned, automatic, radio, heater. '61 BUICK ..... $1395 SPECIAL 4-0oor. Radio and heater, automatic, "' o w e r ateering, whitewall tir81. 1Year Warranty FERMAN Chevrolet 1428 Florida Ave. 229-2196 Ph. 22f-0706 Open 9 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. CLOSED SUNDAY 8/llCURRIII/iiiJ SELLS foR tESs! '. . ( ': . ( . . . ' ' . . 1 50 Automobiles Far Sale '57 CHEVROLET, BelAire, V-8, 4 door, power, extra nice. Must be seen. $595. Ed's Automotive, 3413 Swann Ave. 876-4859. Dealer ARE you looking for a good used car? Need smaU weekly or monthly payments? 1 you are married or 21 years of age, steadily em ployed, live within 50 miles of Tampa, call 232-4891 or 232-3741 for Instant credit cbeck. YOU CAN BE FINANCED AT: * * * * * * * * * * SUN RAY MOTORS, lNC. 6300 FLORIDA AVE . '63 CHEV. B e l Air 4-Door. V-8, Powerglide, radio and heater, white. '60 FORD 4Door Deluxe. 6-eyl., std. shift, radio and heater, power steering, EZ EYe glass. VerY clean. $890 TODAY'S SPECIALS '63 FORD Anglia 2 Door. Heater One Owner '63 RAMBLER AMERiCAN WAGON $1465 '63 CORVAIR 700 4 Dr , Auto. trans., heater One Year Warranty NORTHSIDE RAMBLER 10409 Florida Ave. Ph. 932-6171 C(ga&l4 ., F=' c::::IF""&iil I:: I-t& AUTHORIZED DEALER '64 CADILLAC Conv. Al ne white, red leather s4995 a1r. Low m•leage '61 CADILLAC Convert. Dover White. Factory air. White and wine leather interior. $2595 XCiean . '62 BUICK tnvicta C:Onv. Factory air. Matador red. Full power. $2095 Very clean ..... '83 TR4 Conv. Pirate red, 4speed transmission. Wire ........... '1995 '63 CADILLAC Coup e. Palomino beige. Factory air. Matching s3795 interior, XCiean '61 OLDS FS5, Factory air. Auto. trans, $1195 R&H. Clean .... '63 FORD Galaxie Sedan. Full power. Brinson red. Very $1795 clean , One-Year Warranty 408 N. Dale Mabry 111 E. Platt St. Open Eves. and Sunday 229 '61 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE Convertible, Power steering and brakes. new top, white finish with all vinyl interior. 1 50 Automobiles For Sole '59 Chev. Impala HT HERE is America's leading & most popular used car. Done in tutone Tan with matched Interior. c o m p a r e condition. compare price, compare financing. You can't beat buying the Okay way. Okay Motors, Inc. lYEAR WARRANTY '61 CONT. s2995 CONTINENTAL 4-DOOR. Full power, factory air conditioned. '63 Mere. s1995 MONTEREY 4-DOOtt. Factory air conditioned, automatic, radio and heater, power steer• i ng and brakea, 16,000 actual miles. '63 Ford BUICK CORNER For Our Exclusive Lifetime Warranty Plus 1 Yeor GW Warranty BUICKS '63 Buick .. $1595 Special 2-Dr. V, 5/s, R , H (4R7), '62 Buick .. $1785 I n v i c t a Convertible (579A). AT, R, H , PS, PB. '62 Buick tnvicta 9Pass. Wagon. Full power, R , H, air con d. '63 Buick E I e c t r a 4-Dr. HT (L-184Al. Full power, R , H, air eond. '62 Buick .. $1875 Special V-8 4-Dr. AT, R, H, air cond. '61 Buick .. $1775 Electra 4-Dr. Full J>OW er, R , H , air cond. , WE LEASE 1965 CARS-ALL MAKES CADILLACS s60 Cadillac $1695 Fleetwood 4-Dr. Full power, R, H , air cond. '63 Cadillac $3795 Cpe. DeVille . Blue, full power, R , H , air cond. '63 Cadillac $3995 Sedan DeVille. power, R , H , air. FORDS '62 T-Bird .. $2399 HT Cpe. AT, R , H, PS, air c:ond. '62 Ford ... $1385 Fafrlane •-Dr. AT, R, H. '62 Ford ... $1197 v-a CountrY SQuire 4Dr. Wagon. AT, R , H, PS (as is). OLDS s62 Olds .. $1885 88 4-Dr, AT, R , H , PS. s64 Old! .. $3395 Super 88 HT 4-0r. AT , R , H, PS, PB, elec. W. air. PONTIACS '60 Pontiac $1398 Catalina HT 4-Dr. AT, R, H, air 4:ond. '61 Bonnev. $1485 Convertible. AT, R, H1 ps; PB (756C). Lifetime Warranty Plus One-Year Warranty FAIRCLOTH BUICK 908 E. Hillsboraul)ft Phone 239-1109 Open Sunday After Churdt CONVERTIBLE. Red with black top. Power steering, power brakes, radio, heater. Sharp, BIRDSONG MOTORS. Inc. 1Year 11333 Florida Ave. Ph. 935 MONDAY SPECIALS .64 GALAXIE 500 '64 FALCONS 4-DR. HARDTOPS CruiseOMatie trans., radio, heater, power ateering, V l , WSW tires, wide color selec .. tion. No cash is needed if your old car equity is worth $500. Insurance excluded in payments. $2297 Months to Pay, Only $48.90 per Month. 2Dr. s e d a n s. Automatic transmiasion, heater. '30.50 Per Month $400 Down Cash or Trade, 48 Mos. to pay. Includes Credit Life tnsur. '56 FORD •••••••••••••• , ••••••••••• , ••••• $390 lhTon Pickup. V .. 8 , std. trans. , custom cab. Red. Coupe. 4 -speed trans., radio, heater. Red. Stk. 7033. '55 CADILLAC ••••••••••••• , ••••••••••••• $375 4-Door Sedan. Plenty of extras. Beautiful boige finish. Stk. 7238. '55 FORD , ••••• , •••• , , ••••••••••••••• , ••• $190 Convertible. Vl engine, Fordomatic trans., radio, blue finish. Stk. 7244. NORTHGATE FORD 1 SO Automobiles For Sale THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January 18, 1965 '58 ENG. Ford Prefect $299. No cash needed, $4 week. Dlr. 150 Automobiles 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 '63 Jo'AIRLANE 500. A.T., R&H, 1 owner, immaculate cond. $159 5. HENDRICKSON AUTO SALES 909 N. DALE MABRY TAKE over payments '58 Chev. V-8, AT, tulone, R&H . Bal. $199 at $12.87 mo. No cash needed, no payment 'Ill March. Dlr. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229-2288, 224-8221 PACE'S "New Breed" Serves You Better! ONE YEAR '60 PONTIAC •••• $1195 CATALINA. A low mileage 4-Dr. Sedan w ith factory air, automatic, power stef'r ing, radio & heater. ..... $895 2-DOOR. A one owner, 11,000mile beauty with au. tomatic. See this one today! '62 OLDS ....... $1995 SUPER '88'. A l ocallY owned trade•in, finished in near perfect green & ivorY with harmonizing interior, has conditioning, too. WARRANTY '63 FORD ...•••• $2095 COUNTRY SQUIRE. 6-pass. wagon, white with blue in terior. Loaded including fac tory air conditioning. TO .. DAY ONLY! '61 CADILLAC • . . $2395 D E V I L L E . Nocturn e blue with matching interior, com pletely eQUipped including factorY air. '62 PONTIAC •••. $2395 BONNEV ILLE. This Titian gold beauty has matching vinYl interior. Near perfect with factory air. Local l y owned. PACE PONTIAC / CHECK THESE SPECIALS BEFORE YOU TRADE -----------------------GALAXIE 500's 2-Dr. & 4-Dr. HTs. Factory air cond., V-8: AT, R, H, PS, tinted glass , seat belts. Wide selection. 36 or 48 mo. bank financing. $2495 Balance of manufacturer's warranty ••••• -Beautiful and Sparkling Factory Fresh '64 IMPALA HARDTOPS Y-8 Eng., AT, R, H. PS, seat belts, nice colors. Your choice. Nothing down. 36 or 48 mo. bank financing. Bal. of manufacturer's warranty. $2]95 Also 75 in stoc:k with factory air cond. • •• '64 GAL. 500 XL 2-Door HT. Fact. air, 250 HP. R&H, AT on floor, tint glass, PS and PB, WSW, ...... 52895 '64 RAMBLERS Classics 660's, AT, R , H, .......... 51945 '64 CHEVY ll's 4-Drs. AT, R&H. America's favorite c o m p a c t with ......... $1895 '64 OLDSMOBILE$ "88 " 4-Dr. Hardtops. Fact. air cond., full $3195 power, R&.H .••.. '63 CONVERTIBLES Impalas and Qalaxie 500's. V -8, AT, It, H , PS. Balan.,. ..... .. 51995 '63 RAMBLER CLASSIC 660. AT, R&H , PS. $1495 Very nice , one owner. '64 FALCONS Sedans & Wagons, 4 Du., AT, R, H. Very $1695 low mileage. From '63 IMPALA HT's Fact. air cond., V-S. AT, R , H, tinted g I ass, seat belts, low mileage. Balance ........ 52295 '63 RAMBLERS Americans. 6 cyJ, ft, H, 4 doors. 3 in stock. Top econ omy. Balance of '1195 factory warranty '63 OLDS 98 C-Dr. HT. Every fact. option they offer incl. factory air cond. Beautiful $3195 uold and white ... '62 IMPALA 4Door HT. V•l, AT, It, H, PS, PB, air cond. $1595 A real fresh car . '62 RAMBLER Amer. 2-Dr. S/shift. 5695 Real economy , clean. , MR. G's AUTO OUTLET Serving Central Florida for 20 Year& 2000 N. DALE MABRY * CONVERTIBLES * '65 C:Orvair 4 Spd, $2695 '63 Corvair Spyder (2) '63 Chev. Super Sport & Impala '63 Bonneville .... $2115 '63 Rambler American '62 T-Bird, fact. air ...... $2195 '63 Ford 500 XL '64 Falcon Futura '62 Chev. Impala '63 Bonnevi lle .. .. $2195 '63 Monaa ........ $1515 * * * * * *STATION* WAGONS '63 Chevrolet 8 6 9-Pass. Air '84 Rambler Air .. $1595 • 61 Buick LeSabra '61 Borgward ...... $695 '59 Chev. 4Dr. '62 Chev, 4Dr. Air ........ , • . $1515 •&1 Falcon 4-Dr. Air ............ $995 Comet 4-Dr. * * * * * TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS '55 Chev. Wagon 4-Dr •............. $197 '55 Packard 2-Dr. HT .. $99 '55 Dodge . . . . ........ $49 '56 Ford Wagon ....... $195 * * * * * PLEASURE CARS '63 Buick Riviera $2995 '64 Ford Gal. 500 2-Dr. HT. Air .$2295 '64 Olds Starfire 2-Dr. HT '63 Lincoln Continental ... $3495 '64 Chevrolet Impala 4-Dr. HT '64 Grand Prix, Air ....•...... 53495 '64 Buick Spec •... $1895 • u Olds Super sa 4-Dr. HT. Air $2495 '53 Bonneville. Air $2495 '63 Chevrolet Bel Air, Biscaynes, Impalas '11 TBird conv. Factory air. Loaded .. 51595 '63 Chevrolet Bel Air. R&H ......... $1295 SPORTS CARS '65 T-Bird HT , ... $3885 '63 T-Bird HT '62 T-Bird HT & ConY , '51 Sprite '61 Corvette '84 Corvette '59 Corvette 4 speed. IN STOCK 500 Used Car Selection Two Big Locations Factory air co n d., R&H , auto. $AVE HUNDRED$. * * * * * TRANSPORTATION *SPECIALS* * * * * * STATION WAGONS '65 PONTIAC. Air '64 FORD Country Squire. 9Pass. , air '63 CHEVROLET. Air '63 QMC CARRYALL '59 VOLKSWAGEN '60 CHEVROLET, Air '63 ECONOLINE '59 CHEV •............ $495 * * * * * '64 Jaguar XKE ' 6 4 Corvette 4-speed ....... $3395 '112 Jaguar XKE . $2895 '61 Corvette. Stick. '59 .Corvette 4 speed. '58 MQ Hardtop '61 Porscha ....•. $1995 1600 Super * * * * * '63 CHEVROLET Bot AIr 4-door sedan. Fact. air cond., R&H , v.s, auto• matic. Real nice. Onl y $1595 , * * * * * CONVERTIBLES '64 Comet Caliente '63 T-Blrd '63 Chevy II '63 Ford Gal. 500 XL '63 Ford Gat. . .... $1695 '500' '12 TBird '6l Olds F, 4-speecf NO MONEY DOWN 90 Days Same As Cash, or 60 Months At Low Bank Rates 3 BIG DAYS LUXURY LANE '65 POHTIAC ... $3899 Bonneville 4-Door Hardtop. Full power. Loaded! Bal. of n e w c a r warranty. Save $1000.00. '64 CADILLAC ... $4599 Coupe Hudtop. ,ull power 6 fact. air cond. One owner. Price d to sell! '64 PONTIAC ... $3499 Grand Prix Coupe Hardtop. Full power & fact. air cond. Bucket seats. Bal. new car warranty! '64 MERCURY .. $2999 Marauder Coupe Hardtop. Full power & fact. air eond. Radio & heater. Loaded! Bal . new car warranty! '63 CADILLAC ..• $3699 Coupe Hardtop. Full POWer 6 fact. air eond. One owner. Loaded! '63 BUICK ..... $3299 Riviera Coupe. Loaded! Full power Ia fact air '63 T-BIRD ..... $2599 Coupe Hardtop. Full power. Radio & heater. One owner! '63 MERCURY .. $2199 MontereY Cuatom. 4Door, full power & fact. air eond. Loaded! '62 T-BIRD ..... $2399 Coupe Hardtop, Full power 6 fact. air cond. One ownlr. Loaded! '62 OLDS ...... $2299 '98' Holiday Coupe Hardtop. Full power & fact. a i r cond. Loaded! '62 OLDS ...... $1999 4-Door. Full power & air eon d . Radi o & heater, wsw. One owner. '61 TBIRD ..... $1799 Coull& Hardtop, Full power 6 radio & heater, wsw. '60 IMPERIAL. .. $1699 Crown 4Door Hardtop. Full power & fact. air cond. One owner. STATION WAGONS '64 CHEVROLET $2999 Impala 4-Door. PG, V-1, PS & PB, fact. a i r cond., radio & heater, wsw, bal. new car warranty. '64 FORD ...... $2799 Country Sedan. IJtaasenoer, full power, CruistO-Matic, v.a, fact. air cond., radio & heater, wsw. Bal . new car warrantY! '64 PLYMOUTH $2699 Fury Wagon, 4-Door. FullY equipped. One owner! '64 POHTIAC ... $2499 Tempest 4-Door. Automatic trans., radio & heater, wsw. '64 CHEVROLET $2599 Chevelle !Pastenge,.., PG, V-8, PS, radi o & heater. '63 STUDEBAK'R $1499 FullY eQuipped '63 VOLKSWGN. $1899 221 Mic robus. Full y equipped, '63 VOLKSWGN. $1399 Panel, Fact. equipped, '62 CHEVROLET $1799 B el Air 4-Door. Full Power & fact. air cond., radio & heat. er. One owner! '62 COMET .... $1299 cue tom 4-Door. Automatic trans, radio & heater. '62 FORD ...... $1799 Country Sedan. 1 -Passanger, full power & fact a i r cond., radio & heater. Rack on top! '62 FALCON .... $1199 SQuire 4-Door. Fully equipped. '61 CHEVROLET $1499 Nomad 4-Door. Full power & fact. air cond. Radi o & heater, waw. CONVERTIBLES '64 CHEVROLET $2799 Impal a . PQ, V-8, PS 6 PB, air cond., waw, radi o 6 heat. ar. Bal. new car warranty, '64 CHEVROLET $2899 Chevtll e Malibu Super Sport. Full power & faet. a i r cond., bucket seats, wsw. '64 FALCON .... $1999 F'utura Conv. Automatic trane., radio & heater, waw. '63 CHfVROLET $2199 super Sport Impala Conv. PQ, V-1, PS , R&H , WSW. CONVERTIBLES '62 MERCURY .. $1899 5 C:Onv. Cpe. Full power, bucket soate, radio 6 heater, white sidewalls. '62 FO'RD . ... . ... $1799 Oalaxie '500', F"ull PO-r. fact. a i r cond., radio, waw. '62 DODGE ..... $1699 Conv. Cpe. Full power, radio & heater, waw. '61 CADILLAC ... $2499 Conv. Cpe. Full POwer, fact. air cond. Loaded! On• owner. COMPACTS '65 CORVAIR ... $2899 Monra 4-Door Hardtop, PG, f.aet. air cond., radio & heat er, tinted glass, wsw. '110' e n gine, bal. of new car war• ranty! '64 CORVAIRS .. $1799 2-& C-Doors. Fact. eQuippe!l. Some 4 speeds & automati c trans. '64 MERCURY .. $2199 Comet Caliente Coupe Hard top. Merc-0-Matic. v-a, radi o &. heater, wsw. '64 VOLKSWGN. $1599 Sedan. Fact. equipped. '64 COMET .... $1999 4-Door, Automati c trans., ra• dio & heater, air cond. Bat. new car warrant.Yt '63 OLDS ...... $2199 F-15 Cutlan Coupe. Full pow. •• fact. air cond., bueket seats, waw. '63 MERCURY . . $1499 C o m a t 4-Door. Automati c trans., radio & heater. '63 FALCOHS .•. $1199 2• lo 4Dooro. P'act. equipped, '62 RAMBLER •. $1199 Classic '440' Sedan. Automatl o trana., reclining seats, radio & heater. '62 V WAGENS $1199 Sedans. Fact. equipped. '62 FALCOH ..... $999 ledan-l'act. equipped, '61 OLDS ...... $1199 F-85 4-Door. Full power, V•S, radi o & heater. '61 SAAI •..•.•. $599 Fact, equipped, One owner. EXTRA SPECIALS '65 FORD ...... $2699 Custoni '500'. Cruise.O .. Matic, v.a, lt&H, bat. of new ear warranty! '64 CHEVYS .... $2699 tmpalat. PQ, v-a, Ps, radio he•ter, fact. air cond., waw. Bal. new car warranty. '64 FORD ...... $2499 Qalaxie '500 ' Coupe Hardtop, Full power, VB1 air cond., radio & heater, wsw. Bal. new car warranty, '64 CHEVYS •.•. $2399 Impala Coupes. l'act. equipped incl. PS. llal . of new car war. rantYI '64 FORD ...... $2299 Galaxie ' 500 ' Coupe Hardtop, P'ull power, Cruise-0-Matlc, v.a, radio, heater, waw. Bal. new car warranty. '63 CHEVYS ..•. $2199 Impala. PQ, V-8, PS, R&H. Air cond.! '63 FORDS ..... $1799 Qalaxia '500's . Hardtop• 6 Sedans. Fully equipped, '63 CHEVYS .... $1899 4-Doo,.., PG, V-t, radio • heater. P'act, air cond, '63 CHEVROLET $1699 Coupa. 60000 actual mi. Bal. new car warranty! '62 CHEVROLET $1499 Coupe. a i r cond, & heater. '62 CHEV'ROLET $1699 Impala Hardtops, I'Q, v.a, PS, radio & heater, wsw. '62 FORD •..... $1299 Galaxi e 4-Door. Fact, eqpd, '61 CHEVYS ... .. $999 & 4-Doors. P'act. equipped. '61 MERCURY .. $1199 Meteor. Merc-0-Matic, V-8, PS, air cond. , & he&ter. '59 OLDS ....... $799 •as• 4 Door. Full POWer, ra dio 6 heater. WILLIAMS BROS. 2906 FLORIDA AVE. PH. 229-0857 OPEN 8 A.M. 'til 10 P.M.


18 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January 18, 1965 ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT • For Florida Folks Who DON'T A Special New fGOLD STAR I Low Cost "' • II 'Pays You Up to $10,200.00 PLUS BIG ADDITIONAL BENEFITS OUTLINED BELOW! ours FOR FIRST MONTHMONEY _BACK IN FULL tF NOT 100% SA TIS *OFFER GOOD FOR 3 DAYS ONLY YOUR ENVELOPE must be mailed by Midnight, Wednesday, Jan. 20th 1965 * All Non-Drinkers Through Age 75 Eligible to Apply! IF YOU do not drink, you are eligible to apply for this new low-cost Gold Star Hospital -Surgical -Nurse Protection that pays you big cash benefits! Folks can apply for this new protection all the way through age 75-and once you are in the Gold Star Plan there is no age limit! And Gold Star pays in addition to any other coverage or compen sation you may have! Yet, because you've been protecting your health all along by not drinking, you get this big-benefit protection for only pennies a day! In fact, to introduce you to this great new Gold Star Plan, we make this special offer: act within 3 days and you may haV'e one whole month's coverage for only $1.00 -less than four cents a day! Then, if you're not 100% satisfied that this policy is the best -and least expensive -let us know within 10 days and your dollar will be refunded! Otherwise, you have the privilege -only if you w ishof continuing this great protection at the low, low rates shown here. Look At All These Gold Star Benefits This new Gold Star Plan pays you up to $10, 000.00 while you are in the hospital -at the rate of $10.00 a day for up to 1,000 days (almost three f ull years) ! What a comfort and consolation for thos e long and costly hospital stays! You also get liberal cash benefits for any surgery you may need -plus cash benefits to help pay for nursing care at home, after you leave the hospital! folks Seldom Have Enough Insurance. Do You? The chances are one in seven that even you will spend some time in the hospital this year. A fall on the stairs, in the bathtub, or on the sidewalk a sudden illness or operation -could put you in the hospital for weeks, months, perhaps even years. Can you afford a long hospital stege -with costly doctor and nurse bills, expensive drugs and medicines? Even though you probably have some sickness protection now-will it be enough? Will it give you enough money to meet your bills'! Sick ness, accident, hospitalization, cos-t many people their savings, their cars, even their homes. Don't take chances with your financial security. Now, for only pennies a day, YOU can enjoy the added protection, the peace of mind, the freedom from worry that this new Gold Star Hospital-Surgical -Nurse Plan NLLE-11064 offers. MAIL APPLICATION TODAY-111ater" May Be TOO LATEI Once the doctor says it's your turn to enter the hospital, it's too late to buy protection at any cost. That's why we urge you to act today before anything unexpected happens. Simply fill out the simple application on this page and mail it with just $1.00 for a full month's protection, which will go into effect at noon of the day we receive your application. Your policy will be sent to you right away by MAIL. When you get your policy, examine all its benefits and features. Have it checked, if you wish, by your doctor, lawyer, or other trusted adviser. If not 100% satisfied, let us know within 10 days and your dollar will be refunded. But if you decide to continue this worthwhile protection, you may do so at the low rates as follows, which are for your age at the time of renewal: GOLD STAR MONTHLY RENEWAL RATES: Age 0 through 39 $ 3 .89 per month Age 40 through 59 $ 6.97 per month Age 60 through 75 $13.83 per month And , as a special additional Gold Star feature, you can get a big twomontl!s' savine by payine yearly I TIME 1S PRECIOUS! If you don't drink, act quickly. Get your coupon into the mail today/ MAIL TODAY WITH JUST $1.00 ,j! APPLICATION TO NATIONAL LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY • Valley Pa. I enclose $1.00 as payment in full for my first month' s coverage 1mder your new Hospital-Surgical-Nurse Plcm if. NLLE-1-10-64. I do not use alcoholic beverages. I have had no previous rejection of any application for health, •• hospital, or life insurance. I have not been advised to have an operation which has not yet been performed. If, for any reason, I am not completely satisfied with this new protection! may return my policy within ten if. ( 10) days for cancelling and my $1.00 will be refunded promptly. If I decide to continue, I may do so at the Sf)eciat Gold Star rates for my attained age at renewal date. a.s.M3D&D1!1 Jfl NAME (Ple ase Print) First Middle Init ial Last ADDRESS COMPARE THESE GUARANTEED BENEFITS PAYS YOU UP TO $10,000.0P for each stay in the hospital, at the rate of $10.00 a day for up to 1,000 SPECIAL RENEWAL WARRANTY. Gold Star guarantees never to cancel your protection as you grow older or because you have too many claims, and guarantees never to refuse to renew your policy unless renewal is declined on aU policies of this type in your entire state. days. PAYS YOU -UP TO $1,000.00 for a registered nurse! That's right, after you have been in the hospital just 5 days, you are entitled to receive $10.00 a day for a registered nurse fUll time, after you go home, for up to 100 days -provided you employ this nurse within 5 days of leaving the hospital, and for not longer than 180 days from end of confinement. PAYS YOU UP TO $200.00 FOR SURGICAL BENEFITS depending on the kind of operation performed. For example, you would get $170.00 for removal of kidney. ONLY REQUIREMENTS. You must not drink alcoholic beverages; you must have no previous rejections of any application for health, hospital or life insurance; you must not have been advised to have an operation which has not yet been performed. PAYS YOU $5,000.00 for accidental loss of eyesight, or feet, or hands. Pays $2,500.00 for the loss of one hand, or one foot, or sight of one eye when loss occurs within 90 days of accidentin addition to all other benefits. ONLY CONDITIONS NOT COVERED. Every kind of sick• ness and accident is covered, except, o:f course, hos pitalization caused by the use of alcoholic beverages or narcotics; mental or nervous disorders; any act of war ; or pregnancy. Everything else IS covered. These proper exceptions help to keep Gold Star rates lower for YOU! HIGH AGE LIMIT. You can be 75 years old and still be eligible to apply. And once you are in The Gold Star Plan, there is no age limit! COVERAGE FOR PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS. You are even covered for 50 days in the hospital, in addition to all your other Gold Star benefits, for pre-existing con ditions (which are not usually covered at all) after your policy has been in effect for just two years I What a boon to those with chronic, recurring health problems! ALL CLAIM CHECKS SENT DIRECTLY TO YOU VIA AIR MAIL. And policy is mailed to you at home. No sales man will visit you I GRATEFUL POLICYHOLDERS PRAISE GOLD STAR SERVICE Mrs. Christine Watson, Santa Ana, Callfinn Ia: "You are to be commended for the excellent way you handled my claim. Your promptness in paying is greatly appre ciated as I am a widow and living on a limited income . I would recommend your plan to anyone." Rev. James L. Roberts, Pineville, No. Caro lina: "Thank you for the prompt attention given my claim. It was as if everyone in your office was working just for me. I have been a member for 4 years and am pleased to recommend the Gold Star Plan." Harry Goodman, Salem, Massachusetts: "Thank you for the check for my recent illness. As a former Insurance Agent I know value and recommend De Moss to anyone. The attention and service you gave my claim is most commendable." Mrs. Lulse Gurtel, Yonkers, New York: "Thank you for your check which I re ceived this morning. I was embarrassed to present a claim after signing for the policy such a short time ago. I can cer tainly recommend this company without reservation. I truly appreciate your prompt service." James G. Landis, Fort Wayne, lndiana1 ' "Without delay, Gold Star mailed me a check for the proper amount to pay my claim . The immediate and courteous atten tion given me is appreciated very much. There seems to be a 'personal' interest by Gold Star, beyond just a 'business' trans action. A hearty THANKS." George F. Guier, Oilton, Oklahoma: "This is the third substantial claim you hav• paid me in the las t year. All were handled in a very prompt and courteous manner, for which I certainly thank you. Gold Star is very high in my estimation. LEADING AMERICANS PRAISE GOLD*STAR PROTECTION! S. S. Kresge, founder of the S. S . Kresge Co.: "I'm de lighted that non-drinkers are now rewarded by ins uring with th e Gold Star Plan at s ubstan tial savings . G old Star's popu larity indicates that it is the ri ght answer t o the questi o n of drinking and hospitaization." LJDD Burke, Olympic and world awimmine champion: " Swim ming and the use of liquor do not mix. Neither I nor any other champion I know drinks. My father, a swimming instructor, along with other coac hes , for bids his contestants to drink. Of course , I highly recommend the Gold Star Hospitali zation Plan for non drinkers." Bon. Frank Carlson, U. S. Sena tor, Kan sas : "As a tee totaler, I am delighted tha t Arthur DeMoss bas worked out a p ractical plan to pro vide hos p i talization f o r nondrink e r s a t a redu ced cost. I would urge thos e who are concerned abou t their fin a ncial sec urit y to take advanta g e o f this excel lent opportunit y. " Street City Zone State i AG DATE Of BIRTH SEX Male 0 Female 0 Month Day Year 2 SIGNATURE Date -I.E-!A$-10-64 Uptoa Sioelalr , PulllzeT Prize author: "I think Your idea of giving peopl e the insurance dis count wh ich they earn by not ahortening their lives with al cohol Js a brilliant one, and I am glad to be counted in on it." W. K. Harrison, General, U . S . Army (Re t ired) : "In my long experience in the Army I have sadly observed the deadly ef fect ot the use of liquor. I see no reason why non-drinkers ahould help pay the high costs of ins urance due to liquor. After examination of the Gold Star Plan and its operation, I am convinced that it is effec tivel y achieving its objectives . " Jerome Hines, lea ding bass with the M e t r opolit a n O pera Compan y : "The nondrinker is a better risk and s hould be en titl e d to a b e tte r i nsu ranc e rate . There h as long bee n a need for a s p e cial hospital plan for total abs t a iners. Having known Art D eMoss for a. long time, I am most happy to rec omm end this l ow-cost Gold Sta r P o li cy. lt s h o uld prove to be a real help and ble ss ing to all who can qualify." Use Bottom Application for Yourself-The Other for A Non-Drinking Relative or Friend MAIL TODAY WITH JUST $1.00 ;;ATIONAL LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE --------------..;... ___________ ,;;;;;;;;,;;;;;;;;;;;;;::;:;;;:=----------...;,;;;;;;;;,;;;,;;...;.. __ _ 1 enclose $1.00 as payment in full for my first month's coverage under your new Hospital-Surgical-Nurse Plan The GoJd Star Plan •WI NLLE1 -10-64. I do not use alcoholic beverages. I have had no previous rejection of any application for health, - • .Jr.'! hospital, or life insurance. I have not been advised to have an operation which has not yet been performed. policies, available and paying claims in all 50 states If, for any reason, I am not completely s atisfied with this new protec t ionI may return my policy within ten 1Q. and in many foreign countries, are underwritten by the This Gold Star Plan is issued by the same trusted organization that has already iss ued Hospitalization Protection to hundre d s of thousands of non-drinking folks, and that has advertised in over 300 leading publications, in cluding Reader's Digest, Farm Journal, Christian Herald, Woman ' s Day, Redbook, To gether, Today's Health, Family Circle, Cap per's Weekly, McCall's, Better Homes and Gar dens, Ladies' Home Journal, and many others. J1f (10) days for cancelling and my $1.00 will be refunded promptly. If I d ecide to continue, I may do so at the special Gold Star rates for my attained age at renewal date. o -&130& l1f NAME (Please Print) fil Jii First M;ddle Init ial Last if ADDRESS Stree t City Zone State AG DATE O f BIRTH SEX Male 0 Femate 0 .J(o': Month Day Yea.-•,6,! SIGNATURE Date NATIONAL LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE CO. Valley Forge, Pa., which is licensed solely under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvan i a, and which carries full legal re serves for protection of all policyholders. NO SALESMAN will calion you ••• now or over. Your policy will be mailed lo you at once I Fill Out and Mail Application-Coupon TODAY!


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