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L WHY.NOT? lotercnlletiate . FOOTBALL for U.S. F. PLI!ASE! If you want u ifttereo!lesi.ltt footb..ll tum, you muat aup• port the movement. Ple .. t wur tbia Ul alwaya while on um• puo. NO DEMONSTRATIONS PLl!ASI! ! This would only hurt our CO\l". I f you to ua coli Pat Paleveda, Jr., 2f6H2 after . 6:00p.m. If we wa,ot a tum, "'"have to fight. Thank you COMMITTE!! FOR lNTI!RCOLLI!GIATI! SPORTS Tag Up For Football Tags urging intercollegiate football at USF adorned shirts a n d dresses of many students during recent days as part of the drive headed by Pat Paleveda , who urges on the back of the tags, "No Demonstrations, Please." Student Committee Trying For Intercollegiate Football was formed Nov. 8. and signs. added that "a lot of teachers SEVENTY-TIDRD YEAR-No. 241 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1965 PRICE FIVE CENTS I CHARGE OF RAMRODDING IS DENIED USF Senate Tosses Out Work On AAUP-Backed Constitution The University Senate has Dr. James E. Popovich , speech Afte r the meeting Dennard, Dr. Thomas F. Stovall, of the tossed out work a Ire ad y ap-chairman, to use the AAUP pro-pointed to the very first paraCollege of Education, felt that proved toward a USF Constituposal for initial discussion in the graph of the constitution which the AAUP p roposal was "not tion submitted by a committee constitutional debate. states in part, "The President is being considered fairly," and o f the campus chapter of AmerUnder his motion, Articles I, appointed by the Board of Re-that "proposals for change are ican Association of University II, III, and the first two secgents." The governor actually no t being considered on their Professors

%-A THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 15, . 1965 A Step Backward The Trimester system, for some an experiment in terror, was dealt a momentum-stopping blow last week when the Executive Commit tee voted to eliminate the 12-week courses formerly offered in the summer session. For s o m e the seven • week courses were terror sessions. For other students these short sessions represented an opportunity to get done in a hurry what didn't really require more time. If you think about it, actually the Trimester never r e a 11 y was fully instituted in the first place. Seven-week sessions for Trimesters I and II were never offered. Had they been, probably the faculty in convenience argument, which was said to partially underlie the drop it decision, never would have been brought up . The students who sign up for art, language, literature, math ematics, lab science courses and the like have never been happy with the short sessions. They don't have to talk very much to present a convincing argument about how little information can be retained when these courses are rushed. What the Executive Commit tee's d e c i s i o n has done is to eliminate the possibility of categor izing the courses in a normal sum mer's offering. The categorizing, obvious to those who have endured the rush, would eliminate from the seven-week list the courses whose material just can . not be absorbed and reflected on in a manner that would do justice to the material. Involved in the Committee's deliberation must have been teach er research scheduling, teacher v a c a t i o n s , and physical plant maintenance. Since students are here to learn, not to provide build ing maintenance, we will dismiss that item from validity. The team teaching c o n c e p t might very well serve as an idea basis for solving the vacation prob lem. It's not hard to see why few professors would like to be allowed only two or three-Trimester con tract alternatives, with no provision for short leaves. Research scheduling probably is not so easy a matter. We receive news releases often which tell us that p11ofessors from v a r i o u s campuses cooperate in research projects. The only final solution to that problem might be identical s c h e d u 1 i 'n g of all university calendars across the country, and that is ridiculous. Back to the students-whether or not they exist in the eyes of some administrators. The lack of flexibility in class scheduling has been profoundly curtailed. There have been quite a few rather bitter comments made by students regarding the curtail ment. Most of the comments we have heard have been from stu dents concerned with how much they learn and retain in a short session as opposed to the long ses sion. The comments have come from a v a r i e t y of academic achievers, not just from the book worms. We deplore the administrative decision to drop Trimester III. We further deplore the lack of attempt to get opinions from all students on an issue which has such sweep ing consequences. We wish to suggest that the de cision be reconsidered. In the re consideration, we suggest a look at moving in the opposite directiontoward increasing the class selec tion flexibility by including half sessions in all three terms. And we feel we must point out that the decision to drop the long sessions in Tri III was not brought to the f 1 o or of the University Senate-The All-University Senate, that is. Is this another indication of the "cooperative" features of the All-University concept? Politicians Prowl They're off and running . At least two potential candi dates for top Student Association offices have begun their grass-roots campaigning. Pete Gladue and Rick Rumrell have begun in earnest. Rumrell is one of a triumverate reportedly be hind a "Support U.S. Viet Nam Policy" petition. The word is that tlley seek 5,000 signat ures. Gladue is behind a petition which is urging support for a LeRoy Collins return t() the Florida gubernatorial man sion. A campaign to institute football a! this campus on a no-cost-to-USF basis also is making its beginning ripples. Whether this will become ab SA race issue is not yet cer tain. With the activity beginning this early, the legendary student apathy may disappear for a while. The appeals to all groups, ex--: c : A . M : P 5 panded by Gladue's Radical Lunatic Fringe Party, should make for a good deal of participation on campus. We hope that becomes a fact. . Campus Edition will not be pub lished Nov. 29, the Monday before the Nov. 30 election. We will do what we can to cover the issues and appeals in the Nov. 22 edition . The politicking can be but those who are elected cannot af ford to turn the SA into a play house. Nor s h o u 1 d it be a de pository for platform campaign promises never intended to bear fruit. That either of these possibili ties will come about should not be assumed before the candidates have spoken often and on issues of substance. Imagination in the campaign just might precede imagination in office, sadly missing so far. I ' 8 I 8 L E R The Campus Edition A special edition of the Tampo. Times publlshea weekly by journaUsm students of the University of South Florida, Member, Associated Collegiate Press v "" PRESS Jay Beckerman . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . • • . . . . . . . . . . Editor Harry Haigley .....•.••...•.•...••..••••.••.•••..... A ss ociate Editor Laurence Bennett . . . . • . • . . . . . . • . . . • . • • . . • . • • . . . . . . . Managing John Alston .............•••••••.••••••.••••••. Editorial Page Editor Lee Sizemore .....••.•.••••••.••..• J. • • • • • • • • • . . . . . . . . . Copy Editor Larry Goodman . . • • . . . • . . • • • • • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • . . . . . . . . Sports Editor Mary Ann Moore • _ • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Student Associatiou. Steve Yates ........... ... , ................................. Adviser Deadlll-g;m Students whose major areas dent of the campus' Young Re.::::::::: of interest are in sociology, hispublicans Oct. 11. Members of. De an of Student Affairs ............ 17,000 19,300 18,500 1s ,ooo tory, geology, archeology, bi the group also approved a ten{.• iUS& ology, and chemistry, are en-porary constitution. •: Director of Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IMOO 12.000 12,000 12.000 couraged to look into these jobs. Elected vice president was M!-• This applies to female as well chaeal Switzer. •: .. :: as male students. According to A shley, "We are'" ::::::: Early registration is urged by conducting a membership Instructional Services . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,400 16,500 16,500 15,000 George H . Miller, director of and anyone interested in joi.J:l.." were approved for the Dean o! the Cooperative Education Proing should come to the Basic Studies an

THREE OUT OF FOUR at IBM's growth record LOOK at IBM's System/360 Panthers Sixth In State Poll MiAMI ()!>) -Miami Senior High School's Stingarees, peren nial power among Florida prep LOOK at the people who work for IBM THEN LOOK US UP TAMPA INTERVIEWS THIS WEEK Fifty years ago, IBM didn't have much to talk about. Today its one o( America's leaders in science and technology. It's a dynamic company whose people and sys. +ems are at work on almost everything new in the world today. The discovery of new knowledge. The design of new products. The development of solutions to a host of new problems. IBM's System/360 is something to look at and think about. Just over a year ago it inaugurated a new era in computer capabilities. Little wonder its production demands have created so many new positions for Manu facturing Engineers. Now about the people that work for IBM. They're our pride. And our potential. They're progressive people. Accomplished. Talenteel. Creative. A I ways growing. They're stimulating people, intellectually and profes. sionally. And you. We're interested in you, too. Ever stop to think IBM might be the place for you? A vital organiza tion where you can be involved. And concerned. And needed. Give it a thought. Then give us a thoughtand a look. Immediate Openings in Poughkeepsie and Kingston, New York Industrial and Cost Engineers: Experience necessary in one or more of the following areas: estimating labor, materials and tooling cost of small components and as. semblies, MTM, budgets, learning curves, manufacturing processes and methods, manpower planning, plant lay. out, space planning , packagin9 and materials handling, work measurements and methods engineering. Facilities Electrical Enqlneers: Exposure to industrial power distribution is desirable. Work will entail the investigation and design of electrica I facilities required for the changing needs of Manufacturing and Research installations. Complete job responsibilities include design, cost estimating, contractor supervision and cost control. Quality Control Engineers: Quality control or reliability engineers for final test quality control, failure analysis, reliability analysis, chemical laboratory, photo etching; standards laboratory and electrical test equipment maintenance and calibration. Manufacturing Process Development Engineers: Open• ings in Advanced Process Development for engineers with experience and creative ability in the application of conventional and unique manufacturing technology to a v a ri ety of manufacturing processes-materials evaluation, microminiature welding, plastic molding and coating, and optical and display applications. Tooling Specialists: Involves the analysis of part and tool drawings and the initiation of tooling and manufacturing processes. Must be able to work with and direct tool designs and trouble-shoot tooling and manufacturing problems! A knowledge of pneumatic, llydrau• lics, and electricity, and the ability to do fooling estimating is required. Manufacturing Engineers: Involves the organization and control of complex technical projects. Should be well vers e d in mechanization, s e mi -automation, and all as p ects of tooling as applied to manufacturing and as sembly; must be able to recommend and control tool d e sign and trouble-shoot tooling and. process problems. Qualifications: BS or equivalent experience. Tampa Interviews To arrange a local interview appointment at your convenience, phone collect to ( 8 13) 872-0197 or 872-0492 Sunday, Nov. 14-3:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Monday, Nov. 15-10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. If you cannot call for an inte rview, please write, outlining your qualifi cations and int e r e sts, to: E . D . Rodgers, D ept. 84L2, IBM Corporation, Box 390, Poughkeepsie, New Yo r k. 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GREEK NEWS Assistant Dean Says IFC Officers El, ected By GAIL REEVES mester II project will be help-Campus Staff Writer ing with January registration. The Inter-fraternal council Social with Enotas is tomorrow bas announced the appointment night. president of th new state uni versity in Orlando . FRATERNITIES Culinary Contest Cooking Campus Not Reclamation Center for Lawbr, eakers of the following officers-Bob FIDESDuring Fancy night B I u n t, parliamentarian; Jim of Fun 'N' Fancy Weekend, Griffin, member-at-large; a n d president Linda Zuro presented George Hartig and John Hogue Mrs. Charles Millican , Fides as new rush chairmen. Sponsor, with a gold charm and SORORITIES bracelet. Mrs. Millican will be FIA -Entertained Z e t a leaving Fides and USF with Tau Sigma last Tuesday . Tri-Dean :Millican as he becomes UC Activities Outlined ENOTAS -Cleanup cam paign begins today under slogan "Keep USF Green and Clean." Annual Enotas Fall Ball will be Saturday at the Airport Motel 9 to 12 wi t h m us i c by the "Sugar-beats." Pledges took a group of o r p h a n s to Hills borough State Park last Satur day. KAPPA IOTA picnic and afternoon of games at Lowry Park for group of children from Children ' s Home on Florida Avenue. Planned Christmas party for the Chil dren's Home . After picnic h •ad a "Blazer Ball" at the Causeway Inn from 8 : 30 to 12 with music by "Junior and the Dimen sions." Who Will Win? By GAYLE SWENDSON Campus Staff Writer "The p r o b 1 e m of handling crime on campus is more one Many of the comments stu-of readjustment t h an of cor dents have wi t h the food serv-rectional punishment," said ice are concerned with monot-Linda E. Erickson, assistant on y. The food service staff dean of women. realizes this also. When a student commi ts a Cafeteria manager, Ronald crime on or of( campus which Willis, said " We all recognize has been brought to the att en that the same $lyles of prepa-tion of his fellow students and ration, means of display, the USF staff members, either same menus, etc. can be mot h r 0 u g b radio, television, or notonous. I have had students press releases, then that stu ask why not run something differe-nt? We have attempted to dent is going to have a hard break the monotony by having time readjusting to the cam bar becues and luaus, but we pus community, Miss Erickson need something more. " continued. ridi c ul e and suspicion," she ex"As most counselors will tell plained. , you, we are more interested i n Most petty crimes committed finding out the reason or under on c a mpus are handled private-lying cause and the correction Iy by the Office of S tudent Afthrough counseling of the in fairs, residen t assistants, anddividual s t uden t involved in the other univers ity counselors. crime," Eric kson concluded. -After the WhistleFootball at USFThe Administration1s Side By LARRY GOODMAN professional phys ed courses (for Campus Sports Editor teachers), intramurals, and in St .ag Series Tells 1How To Be Kool1 PHI SIGMA XI Appointed Jack Gaddis, sergeant-at-arms and Wayne Delia rush chair m a n. Plfv. 20. e n g ineerin g, Mer 1 e F. Dimf uture. interested students pro essor o c emi s ry, WI m F ' h J. s k C 1 W t t d t b f f d f t b h b t t th 1s er, 1m 1c s, aro a so n, Bay Campus s u en s may a th , assistant p r o esso r o mara n acu y mem ers ave een s rue e . . Rogers McGee, F l orence Barber, write or phone the Co-op Office keting a nd William G. Modrow , invited to attend.. In_formatlon conc .ern m g regi sDoug Green and John Clarke. and a coordinator w ill visit assi stant professor of economics * * * trahon can be obtamed from El-them. and fi n a nc e. Dr. Frank Friedl, who served mer L. Schic.k, ext. 185. * * • All Co-op students must have * * * as member of a paramedical a 2 . 0 average or better when Professional organizations t e a m in the Caribbean a n d applying. will hold interviews on camSouth America, will give a first Students may a p p 1 y even pus on the followin g dates: ' hand accoun t of his tour at a thoug h thi s i s their first tri-Maas BrothersNov . 18. lecture W ed nesday a t 2 p.m. in mester at USF but they w ill nor-Dennis N. Folk e n , C PA LS 272. Friedl is associate pro-mally not be assigned to a tra in-Firm-Orlando-Nov. 18. [essor of zoo l ogy here. ing p-ariod until they have com-Ring, Mahony, Arner, CPA * * * pleted a minimum of 24 hours Firm-Miami-Nov. 30. The last day for droppin g of academic c red it. In specia l Montgomery wardDec . 1. courses or withdrawing from cases where the s tudent has out• • • the University with or without hig h sc hool scores he The Forensics C lub will hold p enalty is Friday, D ec. 3, acJTlay be assign ed at the e nd of a parlimentary d e bate N ov . 1 5 cording to the University his {irst trimester of s tudy. at 7:30 p.m. in U{; 252. Topic schedule. .June Pittenger, chairman of for the e.vent is .. Resolveds The last di\Y to apply for * * * USF President John S. Al len will attend a meeting of the F lorida Cou n cil of 100 at the Palm Beach Towers in Palm Beach on November 18-20. Allen is chairman of the Ed ucation Committe e of the Cou nc il. The USF W indjammers p laced 11t h and 12th i n their c l ass in the Boca Ciega Yacht Club An nual Veteran's Day Regatta. Two Flying Juniors were entered in the Nov. 7 event. ' The club received an i n vita tion to crew on a trip to Nassau over Christmas vacatio n on a local yacht owned by Dr. Paul * * * Minthorne . The annual traveling trophy They p l a n to partic ipate in t o Bridge Tourname n t was com cal races throughout the win p l eted Nov. 4 under the directiO!:l ter, and to provide crewing serv of Mrs. Judy Walton. ices for locall'acin& enthusiasts. AT PRESENT, Bay Campus students have a choice of 12 basic s t udies courses anQ. three elective courses. According to a poll taken by student academic chair men and evaluated by T. Reilly, an instructor there, the courses needed are in the liberal arts field, specifically: literature, hum anities , sociol ogy, speech and art. Queries among Bay Campus students, as to how they gen erall y felt about the Bay Cam p u s provided answers like, "Great," we really like it here, but • . . " And the "but" al ways concerned the lack o f academic courses. Coed PE Maiors Down Basketweavers The coed PE Majors downed the Basketweavers in a close match last Tuesday to win the women's intramural volleyball title. Remaining undeieated, the PEM team won the champion ship, worth 150 points, by taking two of three games, 15-7 and 15-11, while dropping a 5-15 con test to the 'weavers. Men's 1-M Roundup ZETA PHI EPSILON's kegg li ng foursome Ray Long, Maury Rakes, Ron Alvarez , and Bob Dale won the 1-M bowl ing title. Alpha 3 West, Beta 2 West, and Cratos were 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, respectively . TABLE TENNIS and soccer are i n progress with both sports end i ng in single elim i nation tournments involving the top teams from each lea gue. The PE Majors are defending soccer champs, while Enotas is de : fending tabl e tennis titlist. Both teams are conside.ted favorites to repeat. Independent League -Hank 1\lurphy, also the outstanding I-M player, was tough on de fense as well as offense as he led the PEMs to the finals . Fraternity League Larry Pritchard, Enotas quarterback and Jack Shiver, Arete o ffensive back and defensive lineman, Pritchard passed his team to the I-M title while Shiver led his team to the runner-up spot in the league. THE ALLJSTRAlltVRAL FOOTBALL TEAM (named by the l M Staff): Rick Brown (Enotas) Mac Wolden Rederes #3) Bank l\lurphy (PE Majora) Larry Pritchard (Enotasl Rick Ragnilt (Alpha 2E> .Jack Shiver (Arete) The All League teams (players listed alphabetically) : ALL-ALPHA LEAGUE (Named by I M Curtin (2 -E), Art Dewaele (4-E), Allan Rill (2-E), Rick (2E>, TerrJ Roberto (3-E), Bill Stickler (:l-E), Jim (Super) Silver. man (2-E). Honorable mention: Ra7 F lemmlnr Ol-EJ and Tom Ma.n(ey (2-EJ. ALL-BETA LEAGUE (Chosen by tea.m ballot.l-Da•e Bates (1!-E) , Don Boone (2--W) , St.eve Burcher (3-E ), Gordon Geissler (2-W), Dave (2-W), BIJJ lllorlarty (3-EJ, Chuck Stoll (2 -El. ALL-FRATERNITY LEAGUE (Chosen by team ba.llois)-Rick Brown, (Enotasl, AI Engel (Arote), La.rry RIJWa.lfish IPhl Sigma XI). Honorable mention: Ra.lph (Cratos), D a n Groothlus (Enolas), and Mario Polo (Enotas). ALL-:rNDEPENDENT LEAGUE (Named by l l\1 slaft)-Sam Black (PE Majors), Charlie Cobb (Golden Redeyes #31, Mac Farrington (GRh #8), .John Ga.unt (' Gators), Ba.nk" Murphy (PE Majors), Keith Kaczorowski (PE Majors), Manuel Victoria (GR!s Honorable mention: Andy Anderson (Hurttn• G•tors), Brian Graefe (PE Majors), Jack (GRI #3), BlU Shaw (GR I #3) . Tampered Phone FIRST STUDENT, dialing a number on dorm phone: "Gee, somebody' s been tampering with the phone." SECOND STUDENT, talking on the phone next to first stu• dent; "Yeah, I know. It works!,.


THE TAMPA TIMES Monday, November 15, 1965 Today's The Day Holiday fashions demand a trimming away of inches collected during the year. To put you into the slimmest styles the YWCA will offer a new body toning series begin ning today. Classes will meet Monday and Wednesday evenings, 7 to 8 p.m., for five weeks. Mrs. Mona Tcsta Secca will instruct. The course includes exercises, correct posture, muscle toning combined with sound nutritional diet. ADVERTISEMENT ---Simulated Furs Require A Special H andling! By "BILL" TIDWELL Rings Ex changed Brides Choose Formals What Are Detergents? Based on a surface active agent which retains its cleaning power even in hard water, deter gents are cleansing agents syn t hesized chemically from a va Miss Sandra Ann Dixon beb r o t h e r of the bridegroom. and she carried a cascade of riety of raw ma te ria ls derived came bride of Lt. Albert Groomsmen were M. Russell white roses. from petroleum, fatty acids, and John S1erra Jr. Saturday eveAvery Jr., H. Charles, HumMrs Edwin Niblett was rna-tl es ning in Peninsular Christian ble Jr., 0. Boyd W-ynne III and tron 0 ' f honor Mrs , Jerry 0 ler sourc "d t t" Ch h Th R R . h d R J h w w d Att d t Wh1le the word e ergen urc . e ev. JC ar o-o n . ar . en an s were Hesoun Mrs John Hesoun of land performed the double ring Terry Dixon, brother of the Mary Lou Evans tec hnically means any cleansing ceremony. bride,. and Edward Clement of of Ala. ; M i s s Lynne agent (including soap), it now Mrs. Sierra is th-e daughter Arcadia. Ketchey of Atlan t a, Ga. and commonly refers to the newer of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Henry M. A reception at MacDill OfMiss Doris Ford of Melrose cleaning products which werv K u n dig, 4008 Vasconia_. Lt. ficers' Club followed the cere-were attcnpants. They wore originally called by various Sierra is the son of Mr. and mony. formal gowns of gold satin in h 1 E t 1 d d ld names sue as soap ess soaps, Mrs. Albert .John S1erra Sr., After a wedding trip t Texas mp1re s y e an carne go . 2314 Ardson Place. Lt d M 8 . 0ill li ' kissing balls. synthetic detergents, and syn. an rs. 1erra w ve f h" h b Paul E. Dixon Sr. gave his in Fort Lewis, Wash., where he Best man was Jimmy Tagliar-dets-all 0 w IC are now 0 • daughter in marriage. She chose is stationed. ini. Groomsmen-ushers w e r e solete terms. a formal gown ,of silk and satin Layne Smith, Roy Martin of --R-----:h---=,=-in Empire style with lace ap* * * Baton Rouge, La.; Jerry He-oac es • pliques and beading, ending in soun, Charloas Rossman and J a chapel train. A headpiece of . Hesoun of Leesburg. Call Terminix 835-1311 beaded Clowers held her illu Tenth Avenue Bapbst Church After a reception in the sion veil and she carried white was the scene wheJl Miss church social hall, Lt. and Mrs. QUICKEST WAY orchids roses and lilies of the Marsha Annalee , Hesoun and Lt. Howerton left for a ' wedding valley ' Walter Dennis Howerton ex. . . TO SELL ANYTHING changed wedding vows Nov. 6. t;lp !0 Asheville , N.C. They Will' Place a Want Ad. Ph. 223-4911 Mrs. Harry T. Bush served as The Rev. Warren D. Wall per-h _ _ m at ron of honor. Attendants formed the double ring cerer-• • were Mrs. H . Charles Humbloa mony. '< .. ,. ! I Jr., Mrs. 0. Boyd Wynne III, : \ ... , . , ... ........ Mrs. John w. Ward and Miss Parents of the couple are Mr. The promotion people whp 11:ive exciting names to producb have all kinds of trouble nam ing simulated fur fa b ric s. They've c a 11 e d them "fake furs." "fur-like," "deep pile fa b rics," "simulated furs." The Fed eral Trade Com mission prohibits the use of animal names to identify these f a b r i c s. • Mrs. Albert J. Sierra Jr. Mrs. Dennis F. Howerton Roberta Albers. Patricia Dixon and Mrs. J. A . Hesoun and ANNUAL " served as her sister's flower Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Howerton, p TW..VJ\Nr

150 Automobiles For Sale LET DAN LIBBY Show You This Recent '66 Lincoln-Mercury Trade-In! '61 MERCURY 2-Door Hardtop v.a, automatic transmission gleaming tutone finish . It's only $799. See MR. LIBBY today I FOSTER LINCOLN-MERCURY 1515 Fla. Ave. 229-9341 *DOWNTOWN* 'Just Off Interstate 4' '61 ENGLISH Ford Anglla . $399, no cash needed , $5 week. D!r. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 '62 Mere. Conv .... $995 1419 W. WATERS DLR. STOCK REDUCTION SALE QUICK FINANCING NO DOWN PAYMENT '60 Ford .......... $898 COUNTRY Squire Station Wagon, V-8, AT, PS, Alr cond. , immaculate. '62 Chevy II ..... $1198 NOVA Wagon, AT, 6 cyl., R.H., 1 owner. '60 Chev. 4-Dr. ... $798 STATION Wagon, auto., htr., WSW. '61 Ford ......... . $798 RANCHERO Pickup. '61 Valiant ....... $798 V200 2 DR. BT. Immaculate. '61 Volkswagen ... $898 2 DR. 4 speed, extra sharp. '62 Comet ........ $898 2 DR. All original. '62 Ford 2-Dr. . .. $1198 GALAXIE, AT,. H, vi n y I int., double sharp, 1 owner. '60 Chev. 2-Dr. . . $1048 HT, white with red Int. S IS, VB, R.H., PS. '61 Mercury ...... $898 AT, R , 2 dr. HT, Alr. '61 Ford ......... $1198 SUNLINER conv., turquoise With black top, V8, AT, R.H., PS, Fact. Atr. '58 Chev .......... $298 ST. Wagon, V8, AT, R . H. '60 Ford 2-Dr. . ... $398 AT , 6 cyl., R.H. '57 Chev. 4-Dr. . .. $498 HT, BelAir, V8, AT, R . H . '59 Buick ....... . . $498 2 DR. AT, R.H. '59 Ford 2-Dr. . ... $448 S IS, 6 cyl. economy car. '60 Buick ......... $798 LESABRE 4 dr. HT, PS, V8 , AT. R.H., new tires, turquoise & white. '59 Olds 4-Dr. . ... $698 88. NEW paint, new tires, in l. original. '60 Cadillac .$1399 SEDAN DeVille, 4. w., blue & white. '59 Cadillac ....... '? '? 2 DR. HT, PS, PB, R.H., f 'fMOtoRSb 4404 Florida Ave. (4 Blocks N. o Buffalo Ave.) Ph. 231-7881, 238-2549 Open Dally 9-9, Sun. 12 'tU 6 '60 CHEV. $697 Parkwood Wagon AUTOMATIC -Radio -Heater Yes only S697.-Tbls is a Cracker Boy Special-Cal\ Wayne or Bill and get that courteous Cracker Deal of the week. Open tUI nine. CRACKER BOY 4500 Florida Ave. SAT.-MON. EXTRA SPECIALS! Impala 2Dr. HT. V, Power. glide, radio, htr., '495 power tteer. . ....• , .• '59 CHEVROLET Bel Air 2Dr. V•l, Powerglide, radio, htr., $595 2-tone paint. . , ..... . '50 CHEVROLET 2 -Dr. 6 cyl., 'standard shift. Original blacl< paint. $295 Good mechanically •.. Open 'til t P.M. Daily Sat. 'til 6-Ciosed Sun. 150 Automobiles For Sate '63 Comet .. $1097 AUTOMATIC Radio -Heater. Hurry -This one won't last. No down payment -Low mnnth ly terms PhOne us today D r i v e home tonight. Instant credit. Come In or phone Wayne or Bill. Open till 9. CRACKER BOY 4500 Florida A ve. 231-4831 TAKE over payments '61 Falcon 2 dr. Str. stick, 6 cyl. bal. 5199 at $16.42 mo. No cash needed. no payments 'til January Dlr. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229, 224 TAKE over payments '59 Buick. All power. 4 dr. HT, R&B, loaded , WSW t i res. Bal. $399 at $24.86 Mo. No cash needed, no payments., 'til January '66 . Dlr. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229, 224 BANK REPOSSESSIONS RECONDITIONED Free Five-Year Written Warranty NO DOWN PAYMENT NO PAYMENT 'TIL DEC. WITH QUALIFIED CREDIT '59 Chev. 9 / P ... $ 679 bal. $43 mo. '59 Chev. 4 dr . _ $ 499 bal. S30 mo. '60 Corv. 4 dr . . $ 599 bal. $32 mo. '61 Valiant 4 / d ... $ 599 bal. $32 mo. '60 Cltev. Wag .. $ 779 bal. $47 mo. Olds 4 dr. . .$ 678 bal. $44 mo. 60 Mere. 2 dr .. $ 597 bal. $34 mo. '59 Chev. HT . . . $ 688 bal. $47 mo. '62 F'alc. Wa g . $ 789 bal. S48 mo. '60 T-Bird air . . $1087 bal. S57 mo. '63 Ford F / L ... $ 998 bal. $42 mo. '61 Falc. 2 dr _ . $ 599 b al. $34 mo. '58 Chev. 4 dr .. $ 150 bal. $13 mo. '60 Chev. 6 cyl. . $ 788 bal. S46 mo. '61 Ford-air ... $ 989 bal. $51 mo. '62 Buick-air . $1587 bal. ? ? mo. '61 Ford Conv .. $ 779 bal. $45 mo. '59 Ford 4 dr ... $ 498 bal. $30 mo. '62 Olds-air ... $1587 bal. ? ? mo. '62 Ford 4 dr . _ $1087 bal. $59 mo. '62 Chev. Wag .. $1168 bal. $59 mo. '59 Olds BT ... $ 499 bal. $30 mo. '65 Mustang 2 • 2 $2387 bal. ? ? mo. '63 Chev. 4 dr . S 779 bal. $42 mo. '59 TBird-Air . S 897 bal. S49 mo. '58 Chev. Wag .. $ 231 bal. $14 mo. '61 Chev. 2 / d ht $1089 bal. $54 mo. WILL ACCEPT TRADES-Dealer Stored at 2805 Fla. FINANCING ARRANGED OPEN 'TIL 9 PH. 229 '63 Fairlane '500' $997 AUTOMATIC -radio -heater a low mileage, one owner jewel. A nice car the f a milr. Instant Call Wayne or Bill now Open 9-9. CRACKER BOY 4500 Florida Ave. 231-4831 CLEAN 61 Dodge 4 dr. with----air. condition. $495 cash: See at 307 E. Azalea after 6 P.M. or after 1 P .M. SaturdaY. LET L E. SELDERS Show You This Recent '66 Lincoln-Mercury Trade-In! '57 LINCOLN PREMIERE 2-Door Har]top Radio &: heater, automatic, p o w e r s t e e r i n g, brakes & windows, whitewall tire!. Im maculate throughout! Only $795. See MR. SELDERS today! FOSTER LINCOLN-MERCURY 1515 Fla. Ave . 229-9341 *DOWNTOWN* 'Just Off Interstate 4' '63 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT CPE. 2Dr. hardtop, 4 speed floor shift, V-8, radio, beater, 409 gine, wire wheels, black with sil ver top, red interior,J wsw tires. 1 owner. Full price $1899 Nor thgate Chrys.-Plym. 1041 5 Fla. Ave. Pb. 935-3103 63 Plym. Wag. $1297 POWER steering -automatic -heater, factory air-a fine car t-; up the kids & shop in. Stop in or call Jack todayOpen till nine. CRACKER BOY 4500 Florida Ave. 231-4831 Your Friendly: "GIANT KILLER'" Says: "The 1966 models are here bu+ we still have some '65 Ramblers on hand at BIG-BIG SAVINGS. Also a few Nice U-Drive-lh at even greater savings." DALE MABRY RAMBLER 700 No. Dale Mabry NORTHSIDE RAMBLER 10409 N. Florida Ave, CUSTOMER SATISFACTION is our number one goal! '64 OLDS F Cutlass C:on. vertibla. Radio & heater, au• tomatic, power steering, fac tory air $2295 conditionM . r •••• '6S CHEVROLET Bel Air 2 Dr. V-8, R, & H., auto. power steering, white w i t h aQua interior, WSW t;res. Bat. of new car $2395 warranty . ..... . '60 PLYMOUTH 5 I at ion Wagon. Radio and heater, v-a, automatic, $795 power steering •.. . '64 CHEVROLET Super Sport 2 • Dr. Hardtop, Radio & h e at • r, automatic, power steering, white finish with ......... 52195 '62 BUICK Skylark 2-Door HT. v.s, automatic , radio and heater, $1595 Power steering ... 164 FORD Galaxie HSOO" Fastback Coupe. Radio and heater, $1995 power steer1ng ... Buy Now! Enjoy your tar for the Holidays with no t PflYments 'til February!! With qualified c:redit and 2So/o equit)l' on all '64 and '65 models. Remember ••• "Ferm.nn Never Fools" FERMAN FLORIDA AVE., CHEVROLET PH. 229-2196 229D6 150 Automobiles For Sale '59 CADILLAC 4 DOOR Hardtop, F a c t o r y equipped, like new WSW tires, all white in co lor with matching i n t e r i o r. This is a very low mileage car. Locally owned. can be purJ:hased with no m o n e y down if desired. Ful\ price $895. One full year written warranty. Forest Hills Auto Sales, 9308 Florida Ave. '59 FORD conv. New top. No cash needed, $8 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 THUNDERBIRD with all the ex tras. $980 at IHC, 2063 1 Ave S., St. Pete. 1958 CADILLAC, white, 4 door Sedan Deville, radio, heater, AC, full power, clean, privately owned . $750. 876-5570. '50 PONTIAC Bonneville. AC, R&H , PS, PB, AT. s:;o down , pick up 9 paymenta of $48 mo. 988-1203 evenings. WEEKEND SPECIA L '60 MERCURY NEW paint, automatic, clean, in side & out. ONLY $395 6425 Florida Ave\ Dlr. BEAT This. 1 lady owner '63 Impala Chevy. 4 dr., W S W , PS, PB. Eactory air, R&H, less thai\ 17,000 miles, perfect condition, no dealer, 1st $1,800 takes it. See and drive by appointment only. Phone 229-8941. '60 RAMBLER 4 dr. Sedan. $399, no cash needed, $5 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 "56 VW .j extra clean, factory fresh, $695. Please call Mr. Thomason , 229-515l. 1964 GALAXIE 4 DOOR hardtop with factory alr conditioning, p o w e r steering. power brakes, pushbutton radio, fresh air heater. Beautiful white exterior, blue leather interior $1895. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave. Ph. 1963 FORD Galaxie XL Convertible, privately owned, fullY equipped, factory air, $1795. 3422 Jean Cir cle, 253-5918. '59 CONSUL RE\u. TRANSP. SPECIAL 6(25 Florida Ave. Dir. SEE FRANK BAUGUS FOR CARS PRICED TO SELL! ' 61 CHEVROLET Impala 4-Dr. HT. Radio, heater, auto. trans., tint. windshield, $1295 pad. dijh. Fact. air. '60 CHEVROLET Impala 4Dr. HT. Radio, heater, fact. air, auto. trans., white, $895 red interior. . ...... . 161 CORVAI R 4Dr. Sedan. Automatic trans$695 mission, radio. . . . . . ' 58 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. Sedan, Radio, auto $395 matic trans. . ....... . Super Specials: '59 CHEV. Bel Air 4-Dr. Se dan. Radio, .... $395 automatic trans. '57 CHEV . Sta. Wagon 4-Dr. Radio, auto$295 matic transmission. . . Dpen 'til 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. FERMAN :t:@ 253 909 N. Dale Mabry Phone 229-2671 '60 FALCON WAGON. 4-Dr., radio & heat er, standard transmission, real sharp! 1801 Florida Ave. Phone 229-9427 '60 IMPALA CPE. YB, radio & heat• er, white with red interior. Best buy in the land! $895 150 Automobiles For Sale 1964 CHEV ROLET House car. Pay ments S97 mo. Call 236. '62 OLDS. 98 Co n vertible, , White & Black top. all power , excellent conrutipn. $1675. Call 876, be fo r e 4 P.M . 1st City Bank of Tampa HAS SEVERAL LATE MODEL REPOSSESSION &: OTHERS MR. COLMAN, 228 1965 :Bti!CK Riviera, champagne beige, sa d d I e upholstery, fully 872-7463 be'59 IMPALA, 4 doer, BT, aut<> matic, mileage 53,000. S600. 224-4401. '57 FORD V-8, automatic, $299. No cash needed, $4 weekly, Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 1960 BUICK LaSabre, private owner, extra clean, PS, PB, AC, $795. 259. WEEKEND SPECIAL '62 RAMBLER REAL nice car. clean, automatic. Fact. air. Must see to appre ciate. ONLY $595 6425 Florida Ave. Dlr. / '58 CHEV. Impala HT V-8, No cash needed . S8 week. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave . Ph. 232 STATION WAGONS '64 CHEVELLE 4Dr. A/C '63 VW Bus 9 pass •...... '63 CHEV. 9 pass. Air C:. '63 TEMPEST Deluxe '62 OLDS F 85 4Dr. A/C '62 FALCON Squire. A/C: '60 VW Bus 9 pass. "PuffiJ '60 CHEV. 4Dr •....•..• '61 C:OMET Deluxe ..... '61 fiAT "2100" 41-Dr. , . FOREIGN ECONOMY '64 MG UOD Sedan ..• , • '63 MG Magnette Sed, ••• '62 VW 2 Dt, secsan •••. '62 VOLVO 122S A/C •... '62 VW "1500'' 2Dr •..... '61 F'IAT "2100" Sta. Wg, '59 OPEL Sta. Wag. , •.. • SPORTS CARS '66 MORGAN 2+4 ...• , . • '64 DAIMLER, 2 tops .... '64 AUST •• HEALEY Sprite '64 TRIUMPH Sport "6" .. '64 MG Midget '64 'VETTE 4-spd. Fastb'k •63 TRIUMPH Spitfire '63 ALFA ROMEO Spyder '63 TRIUMPH TR3 '63 TR-4, wire wh'ls, R&H '62 MGA Conv. '61 LOTUS Rdstr. '59 CORVETTE. Auto •.. . '59 JAGUAR XK-15D "S" '58 MGA Conv .......... . '54 CORVETTE • .,Classic" PLEASURE CARS '65 MUSTANG HT. 6 cyl. '64 DODGE P 4 spd, '64 TEMPEST Spt. Cpe ... '64 CHEV . V-8 4Dr ..•.. '64 DODGE Dart 4Dr. '63 FORD FL. Stick VS '63 FORD XL 500 . 4-spd. '63 CORVAIR Monu 41sp. '63 CHEV . Impala HT •... '63 CHEV . Bel Air 6 cyl •. '63 C:OMET S22. 4-spd .. '63 MERCURY Meteor HT '63 FORD F / L 500 4Dr. '63 RAMBLER 440 Ame r . '61 MONZA, 4-spd, . '62 PONTIAC Temp. 41-Dr. '62 PLYM. 4Dr. V.S '62 DODGE P HT •... '62 TEMPEST Deluxe, AT. '60 DeSOTO HT "Puffu AIR CONDITIONED '65 PONT. Grand Prix . . '.55 FORD Conv ......... '65 MUSTANG 4 speed . '64 FORD XL 5DO. 4SPJertibfe and like Brand New-Sold New for S8,DOO. Less than 7 ,000 Guaran teed miles. Soft leather in terior, all power options, Special paint, Auto. cli mate control. 12 months and 17,000 Mile& Factor y warranty, Tremendous savings. $5850 One Year Warranty 408 N. Dale Mabry 111 E. Platt St. Open Eves. 22910S BUICK CORNER '6D BUICK , 4-Dr. HT. AT, R , H , PS, PB. No, LS46A. WAS $995 ................ $795 NOW ............ . '63 BUICK LeSabre 2-Dr. AT, R, H , PS. Air. WAS $1595 NOW ..... '62 FORD V Galaxie 4Dr. AT, R, H . Very clean. WAS ............. $1195 6D OLDS 88 4Dr. HT, AT , R , H , PS , PB. Well worth the $995 $795 '65 MERCEDES Benz, 19D 4 speed trans. R , H . Air. Very ... $3195 '63 BUICK Special 4-Dr. Wag. on. AT , R, H. $1595 WAS $1895, NOW .. '65 BUIC:K LeSabre 4Dr. AT, R, H, PS, PB1 fact. air. No. M115A. WAS $3295 $3795. NOW . , .... '62 CHEV. V-8, Impala Conv. AT, R1 H, PS. Clean, . $1495 ' 63 BUICK Specia l 4-Dr. AT , H. No. L673A . WAS '1495 $1695. NOW ... _ .. '62 BUICK lnvicta Station Wagon. AT, R , H, PS, PB. Fact. air. One owner. WJlS ............ $1995 '63 MONZA C o u p e. 1-speed trano. R, H . WAS $1195 $1395. NOW .... '64 DODGE Polara 2Dr. HT. Loaded ioc. fact. air. WAS ............. $2295 '64 PONT. LeMan& 6 2 .. 0r. HT. AT, R , H. Bal. fact. war .. $2395 ' 61 BUICK LeSabre 4Dt. AT, R, H, PS, No, L496A , WAS ....... " .... $1295 '64 BUICK Wildcat 2-Dr. HT, AT, R , H , PS, PB, Fact. air. Low mileage, WAS $2995 $3295. NOW ..... . s '63 RAMBLER 6Pass. Sta. Wagon. straight stick. Radio, heater. $895 '63 OLDS F' 85 S t a. Wagon. A dream! Extra Clean! Factory air. Power steer. & pwr. $1395 brakes . . . . Open WeekdaYI 'til 9 Sat, 'til 6. Closed Sun. I MONDA. SPECIALS ,1 YEAR WARRANTY '61 FORD 9pass. wgn. Full power, $990 Automatic: •••••• '62 FAIRLANE 500 2Dr. •• , •• , • $790 '61 FALCON 4-Dr. Wiril air c:ond. Automatic: S690 '60 TR-3 Roadster, Blue ;t;:ite' • , •• $890 '60 CORVAIRS C3J 4Dr. 700 Series. S490 cars. Your c:hou:e We have on• of .the largest selections of used VW Se dans, Ghias, Sta. Wags., anywhere in Florida. Birdsong Motors 11333 FLA. AVE. PH. 935-1126 DAV'S SPECIA\..! 3401 FLORIDA AVE. COMET 4-Dr, Au tomatic, ra $52650 d i o & heater, '61 CORVAIR 4 Door . Powerglida, r ad i o & Blue $49350 f1n1sh . '63 FORD 4-Dr. Fair lane. Blue finish. A real special from Bill $66638 Currie! ..... '59 CHEV. 4 Dr. White, .•••. '61 FORO 2 D r . Tu tone, Fordomatic, ra& heater, $38616 a1r con d. • .. DALE MABRY AT CYPRESS '61 C:HEV . 4Dr, HT, V-8, Powerglide, radio, air cond., $1222 powe r ateer .. '62 ECONOLINE P'kup, Solid red . .$111 What a buy! '59 RAMBLER Wagon. CUSTOM, Has $333 all the goodies! '60 FALCON 2-Dr. 6 cy!., standard s444 trans., heater. '59 CHRYSLER 4-Dr. SARATOGA , V-8, auto. matic, radto & heater, tutone. Good $444 2nd car ..... . '65 M E R C: U R Y HT, PARKLANE , 4Dr, V-8, autom., PS, & PB, R&H, factory air cond. Perfect $2887 throughout! XMAS BONUS Yesi $100 will be given in cash or trade--to anyone buying a '65 model automobile .at our regular advertised prices-just mention this ad and receive your $100, offer good through November 15, 1965. '651MPALAS '65 GALAXIE SOO's FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED HARDTOPS Equipped with V-8 engine, automatic: transmission, radio, heater, power steering, tillted glass, beautiful c:alors. Bought and driven loc:ally. Low mileage. Balanc:e of manufac: turer's warranty. * * * NOTHING DOWN e 48 MONTH BANK FINANCING Mustang Conv. 11289'' V -8, AT, R&.H, PS ........... $2495 '65 T-Bird. All extras. Fact. air. Choic. of 2 . ShoW• ......... $4195 '65 Ford XL SOD 2 -Dr. Hardtoos. Full power, Cruise. 0-Matics and fact. air. R&H. of 53095 '65 Rambler, "660," 9 pass. station wagon. A u to. trans., radi o, heater, power .factory $2695 a1r. Spec1al at ... . '65 Pontiac Catalina 4-Dr. . Hardtop. Power ateer in11 and brakes, R&H , fact. tint. windows. $3095 N•e• . . . '65 Olds "• Door. Hardtop. R&H, power steering & fac. air, tint. '3295 w•nd"ows, Now .. '65 C:hev. Super Sport "327" eng. PS, fact. air, PB, R&H, AT, attractiw maroon with interior. $3295 Full pnco ........ . '65 F o t d Country Squi .... 1DPaos. wag. C:ruiseO Matic, PS, PB, $3395 R&.H, fact. air. Only '61 Renault Caravelle Conv. 4 spd. trans. Radio, & heater. $695 Full price . ......... . '65 Ramblers, 66D Classic 4-0oors. Fluh • '0 • Mati c trans., radio, heater, steering, $2095 rechntng seats . . WE GUARANTEE tho bal ance of the manufacture r's 24,DOO milo or 24 month• warranty will ... trans• ferred to you! And w ill be honored by any LEGIT! MATE franchised dealer. '64 Impala HTs. V en-gin e, Powerglide, power steering, radio and heater, tinted glass, seat belts. With factory air ......... $1995 h igher '62 Chev. Impalas. V.8, AT, R&H, PS, $1495 FA , Bargains ... , .. '64 Falcon Deluxe Station Wagon 4Dr. Automatic trans., radi o and .. $1795 heater. Only ... '62 Olds Hardtop, AT, R&H, PS , PB, factory air-, new WSW tires. $1695 Extra nice .......• , 40 Transportatian Corsi from '50 up . '64 Convertible. Choice of colors. Florida favorites, Ford Galaxie 500' 1 and Ch.ovy Impala• with V eng., auto. trans., r ad I o, heater, ........... $2195 '63 C:hev . Impala 4-Dr. HT. V-8, auto. trans .. R&H, .. ....... $1795 '63 L i n coIn Continental. Fully eqpt. Factory air. Drives and rides like a dream. One whole 52795 sale Prtce-Just . '63 Chev. Bel A i r , 4-Dr., 6 cyl., radio & $1195 heater. Very nice '61 Chev. V-8, AT, R&H, power $1 095 steering. Choice ... '62 Falcon Deluxe Station Wagon, Auto, $695 trans., R &H. 0 ne on IY '62 T-Bird C:oupo. AT, R, H, PS & PB, $1895 factory air . . . . . '61 Cadillac Sedan DeV ill e. Full power, factory air. ;::;• ••...... $1895 '60 8 u i c k conv. Maroon beauty. Full sags Power, dreamboat ... '60 Chev. Imp, Conv. V-8, AT, R&H, $895 PS. C:lean ..•.. , , . 500-CAR SELECTION '65 Ford Gal. 500XL 2-Dr. Hardtop. Automatic console, R&.H, PS $2595 and PB , 3$2 V .. '65 Mustang Convertible. Choice of 3 $2295 In stk. A ll equipped '65 T. Bird H a r d I o p , Fact. air $3895 (2) • .. ... '65 Ford 'Country Squire, 10-pass. Sta. Wag. Power . .str. & brakes, fac torY air e'Ond. $2995 AT , R&.H, etc;. .. '64 Corvette conv. Stick ...shift, AM FM rad in, WSW $2995 trrcs ........ . '64 Cadillac 4 • Dr. HT. Fact. air, $3595 full power ..... '64 Lincoln C:ont . Sdn. Loaded, $3595 tact. air ...•.... '64 B u 'c k Sta. Wag, air .. 9 •Pasa.: .•.. 52495 '64 Galaxie SOD 4-Dr. H ' dto)>. $1995 Fact. air, power. '64 Chev. Super Sport. power •. .. $2295 '64 Chev. Impal a Con . vert. Fact. $1995 a1r, power. '64 Volkswagen D e I u x e Sodan. $1295 R&.H. (2) . . '64 Old s 88 4-Dr. Hardtop, Fun power assist, fac tory air cond. $2495 R&H , AT, etc • . , . . '64 C h • v, Sta. Wag. Air $2195 cond., etc. '64 Ford Fairlane 500 2-Dr, 11595 AT, R&.H .... , . . '64 Chrysler N e w p o r t. Fact. a ir, $1995 Dower .....•.... '64 Rambler Sta. Wag. R&H , lug. $1695 gage rack, etc. . . '63 Old s 4Dr. HT. Fact. air, R&H, $1 ags power '63 Corvette S t i n g ray Fastback Hardtop, 4 .. speed tranJ., R&H, s2595 WSW, 10tc. . . . '63 Con't 4-Dr. Sdn. Fact. air, full $2795 power, etc. . . '63 Chev. Bel Air 4-Dr. HT. Fact. $1295 air, AT, R&Hr V-8. '63 Monza Spyder H'dtop, ..... 51195 R&H '63 Ford Conv. Gal. 500. R&H . . ... $1595 '63 Buick Special 2Dr. air, P;&H' 51495 '63 Chev. Sta. Wag. 10 in stock. Some with factory air. $1195 White. From ..•.. '63 Olds Sta. Wag. Full power, AT, $1895 R&H, V . . _ '6 2 Chevrolet '12 ton Pick up. Perfect eondit,on, ......... 5895 '63 Falcon Deluxe Sta. Wag. $1 095 AT, R&H . '6 2 Old5 Jetfire "Cutlass11 2-Door HT. F'act. air cond., PS & PB, $1495 auto., R&H, etc. '62 Chevrolet ImPala 2 or 4.Dr. $1295 H'dtop. From .... '62 Galaxie 500 Tudor & 4Door $1 095 Hardtops. From .. '62 Cadillac Conv. Fact. power .f_u.ll .... $1195 '62 Falcon Country Squire Station Wagon, AT, R&H , luggage rack, $1 095 Showroom cond. '62 Monza Conv. Spyder. R&H, 5895 AT, etc. . . '61 F-85 by O lds. Sedan. Nicel)f equipped eluding air 5995 conditioning ...... . '61 T • Bord Conv. F ull power, facs1195 tory air. ( 2) ... '61 Mercury C:olony Park Station Wagon. Fac .. tory air, full power assist, AT, 51195 '61 Buick Special sedan. Completely equipped inclu.ding. air '995 Cond ! tiOMinQ '60 Falcon 2Door. R&H , std. shift, s545 Real clean . '60 Renault Dauphine 4 Dr. Sedan, Real good . $295 '59 Ford 4Dr. Sedans (2). Automatic, 6 cyl, or V-8, •.l ick. $195 Your cho1ce . '59 Cadillacs. 4 in stock. Fact. air, sags full power. From '58 Olds 4Dr. HT. R&.H, Auto. , $295 P / S .......... .. '57 Ford 4-Dr. Sta. $149 Wag, AT, R&H. '49 J e e P C:J3. 4-Wh. Drive. Full metal cab, Warn hubs. sags Ready to go ..... '47 Jeep, Closed Cab. 4whccl drive, lockmg hubs, tow bar, s595 Stump breaker . . . National Auto Supermarket 1711 E. Hillsboro Ph. 237-3323 '62 power . '63 Pontiac Star Chief 4 -Dr. Loaded. $1899 w/air cond. . . . ... '62 Olds 9 _ 8 H9lidaY 4-Dr. HT. Loaded. $1699 w/air cond ....... . . '64 Pontiac Bollneville Clle. HT. Loaded. $2499 w/air cond. . . . . .. '64 Pontiac G /P, Loaded. ••••• 52799 '62 Pontiac i:atalina Cpe. HT. Loaded. $1699 w/air cond. . . ... '63 Buick E I • c t r a 225 4 Door. $1999 Full power ........ . '63 Buick Riviera Coupe Hardtop. $2599 Loaded. w/air cond. '62 w/air cond, . . . . • . . . 8 '65 B uick Spec, Conv. Cpe. power • ••••••• $2399 '64 Ford Gal. 500 Conv. . Cpe. Loaded. 52199 w/a1r cQnd. . . '62 MercurY C:ustom Mon-terey Conv. Cpe. Full power '65 Barracuda H a r d t a p, w/air !::'n":."d: . . . ... $2699 '63 Olds 98 Hol idaY 4-Dr. . HT. Loaded. $2099 w/a1r cond. . . • '65 O lds Dynamic 88 4-Dr. Loaded. $2999 w/air con d •.....••. '65 Buick L eSabrc 4Dr. HT. w/air .... . 53199 '63 Ford Gal, 500 CPf' . HT. power Full .. $1699 '64 Ford Faorlane 500 Cpe. Bucket seats, a i r cond.t PS , auto. _ $1999 V ........... . '64 Dodge Polara Cpl!'; HT. power ..•••••••• $2199 '65 Olds Starfire. Loaded, cond. w/air ........ $3699 '65 Olds 98 41Dr. HT. Loaded, $3699 w /air con d. . ..... . '65 Ford Gal. 500 Hardtop. power .......... 52499 '65 Pontiac Tempest Le-Man• GTO. $2799 Loade_d. w!air cond. '65 Pontiac Bonne>Jille 2 & 4-Doors. $3499 Loadod. w/ai r con d. '63 Rambler 660 Station Wagon. $1499 Loaded. w /air cond. '64 Chevrolet C h e v e I I e Malibu Wag. $2199 Loaded. w/air cond. '65 Chrysler Newport C:pe, . HT . Loaded. $3199 w/arr cond. . . '62 L i n co I n Continental. Loaded. One $2199 owner. 17,000 miles. '65 Ford Country S q u i r e 1D-pass. $2699 Full power ....... . '64 Chevrolet Loaded . w/fact. air cond. Jm pa I as. ... $2199 '65 Chevrolet lmp:tla Hard-tops. $2599 Full power . ...... . '64 Chev. Super Sport Im palas. Loaded, $2399 w/air cond • • . ..... '65 Chevrolet Impalas. Loaded, $2199 w/air con d. . ..••.• '62 Chevrolet Impala HT's. w/air . . . 51599 '65 Chevrole t Chevel le Malibu Coupe, $2499 4 speed trans. . , '64 Corvair Monza Coupe, 4 speed $1599 trans. . ... '65 PONTIAC 9Pass. Wag, Loaded, s3399 w/air cond, •. , •• , • '65 Oldsmobile 88. Loaded, $2999 w/a• r cond. . .•••. '


16-B THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 15, 1965 McNamara Orders Recheck of Military Communications Setup PROSTATE , HERNIA & HEMORRHOIDS corrected non-surgical method WRITE FOR FREE BOOKI.ET DR. E. AUSTIN ELUS N.D. WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 (All Washinginterruptions but the northeast line. It is intended for use in dire standing. two circuits -a land cable con-116 &. HOWIUID . PH. 253 _ 5470 Secretary of Defense Robert s. ton and Moscow can never be blackout has made them more The hot line has one terminus emergencies by U.S. presi-IN LAST week's massive nection and a radio c i r cui knocked out. cautious, although they say in the national military comdent and the Russ1an leaders to blackout, the hot line was unafwhich is used only to replace . . Customarily, they have they have no reason to believe mand center in the Pentagon confer by teletype to prevent fected. 1 the land line in service emerculous recheck of all the mlliclaimed such invulnerability to there are any weak links in the and the other in the Kremlin. war by accident or misunder-It is composed basically of gencies. Place tary communications and power ======= systems to make certain cannot be knocked out by kind of power breakdown which darkened m u c h of the U.S . northeast last week. The military communications and p owe r setup operated smoothly during that unpre cedented blackout. However, sources said mara and other defense have felt it advisable to


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