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' I SEVENTY-THIRD YEAR-No. 211 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1965 PRICE FIVE CENTS Again No_ Quorum SA Aborts 2nd Meeting The second SA legislature meeting of the trimester again failed to produce a quorum. Twenty-five members w e r e needed. Nineteen were present, 19 representatives, no senators. The first legislature meeting held on Sept. 30 also failed to produce a quorum. The reasons were rush and failure of the newly elected members to at tend. The reasons for this week's lack of attendance were held every two weeks at the Karen . O'Grady; from the Col Soderstrom; from the College the time of the meeting and same time. lege of Education, Fran Wilson; of Engineering, Buck Skillen. lack of notification. Members who -were present from the College of Business Members who were not presLegislature meetings are usuwere: Representatives from the Administration , Kathryn Ber-ent were: Senators Bob Blunt , ally held on Thursdays but SA College of Basic Studies: Louise nard, Allen Schroeder, Fred Robin Kirk and Karen Klein ; officers planned to be in Miami Brink, Tom Grossheim , Donald representatives from the Col at the Southern University StuRindy, Roy Ashley, Joan ConUF Drl•Ve lege of Basic Studies, Mira Ber-dent Government Conference ley, Patty LaBrot, Joan Lindsey, gen, Ernest Prentice, Dave (SUSGA l that day. There will Joe McDaniel, Linda Sullivan, u d w Searles, Bob Brown; from the be another meeting next ThursBill Wilkinson; from the Colfl er ay College of Liberal Arts, Tony day, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. II there lege of Liberal Arts, Rus Avery, Cole , John Harper, Rick Neuis a quorum, meetings will be David Greene, Doug Greene, o c man; from the College of EduD ampus cation, Michael Hilley, Bobbi USF Pbotn . . Sironen, Tony Toczylowski, Kay The Umted_ Fund dnve Kempton, Sherry Sanders, Jim to aid. 36 commumty Wright; from the College of agencies now IS underway on Business Administration , Buddy campus. Parks and Frank Harber; from Faculty, staff and student the College of Engineering , Bill leaders of _the appeal Thompson. got campaign matenal and heard fund officials in a "kickMatters on the agenda were: off " meeting last week. resignations of Chi e f Justice USF General Chairman Wil-Ben Earnest and Har liam D Allen associate provey Frank; coUrt appomtments fessor said the of Joe Beckham, Chief Justice, faculty-staff goal is $6,600, an and _Harvey Frank; senatorial increase of $300 from last year. appom_tment, John. Hogue; apSA President John Reber is probation of five pteces of leg handling details of the drive islation and reports on Autumn among students . No d 0 11 a r Antics and the Florida Southern amount goal has been set for University Student Government SA. Association CSUSGAl ConferThe Tampa campaign is more than $1 million plus a special fund of $12,123 needed by the Red Cross to aid victims of Hurricane Betsy . Dr. Allen urged a generous response from the USF com munity, "in recognition of our common debt to humanity." ence . Legislature p res I d e n t, Ed Coris , read point four of the Rules of Procedure of the SA which said in effect th •at any senator or representative who has two unexcused absences from the legislature Is subject to impeachment. I Think They Should Put It Over There Millican Said Contender for Orlando U. Presidency-' C . N. MILLICAN On the Inside Autumn Antics, an especial )y big effort by the Student Association and the Univer sity Center, will cover this coming weekend. Campus edition previews the happenings . Also this week: Wednesday wlU feature Larry Llbertore By ALLAN SMITH He said that any discussion Campus Staff Writer of possibilities for the presi-Dr. Charles N. Millican, dean dency of any university was , in of the College of Business Ad-his estimation, "taboo. " ministration, mentioned as a Gov. Haydon Burns said last leading candidate for presi-week that the choice had been dency of the new state uni-narrowed to three persons. versity in Orlando, said he Millican had met with mem would "give it serious conbers of the Board of Regents sideration " should the offer be several days before the UPI. made to him . report and had discussed sevA news report Oct. 5 said eral educational positions jn. " an authoritative source told eluding the presidential post. UPI that Dr. Millican has the This was the first time Milli edge at this time" among the can had been approached concandidates. cerning the position . Chester Ferguson , Board of Millican said he has no idea Regents chairman, told the who any of the other candi Campus Edition he did not dates are. know who gave the informa. According to state law , the tion to the news service but Board of Regents , named by the that it had not been released governor , recommends candi through him . dates for presidencies of state Ferguson said there are not universities . The State Board of specific candidates for the post , Education , headed by the gov adding that hundreds of edu-1 ernor, has the final approval cators have been considered. authority. Plant Exchange Aids Herbarium and a Jazz Concert in the UC. b . ly. The most interesting find Don't forget Parent's Day, The USF Her anum is par 7 d th Unl ticipating in a new foreign-exwas a rare fiddlewood tree, a Sunday, Oct. 1 • an e • . . . slender attractive ornamental versity Open House. change program With mstltuwith white flowers, which was tions in Britain, Scotland , Denlocated on the last day of the Draft Story Error Noted mark and Holland. trip . Under this new program, USF In addition to his other duties, has substantially increased its Long , assisted by his staff, is . working on a book , "Flora of collectiOn of plants . Plants are Tropical Florida," which he Campus Edition last week erbeing acquired at the rate of hopes will be ready for publicaroneously reported that the 8,000 per year. The herbarium tion by 1968. Registrar' s office will send ---------transcripts of draft-age students contans nearly 70,000 specimens Rev. Allan J. Burry, Methodist minister on campus; Mrs. Ruth Schoch, assoeiate with the campus Methodist-Presbyterian group and Rev. James Keller, pus Presbyterian minister, inspect construction of the new Methodist-Presbytenan building on 50th Street. to local boards each trimester. of sub-tropical flora now. Author Says Newspaper Job Proved Helpful Construction Is Reality Religious Clubs Build Homes By REBECCA CEN1ER Campus Staff Writer Student centers for USF's re ligious clubs are springing up rapidly on campus. The build Ings are located east of the main campus on 50th Street. Two buildings now in use are the Baptist Student Center and the Episcopal U n i v e r s 1 t y Center. The University Chapel Fel lowship is presently erecting a building next to the Episcopal University Center. This building will house a chapel with seat ing capacity of 200 , a student lounge , a staff apartment, two administrative offices and a sec retarial office. three seminar rooms and a work room. The general architecture is construction began in ' July, 1966. designed along the same theme As soon as architectural plans as university buildings. The are completed , the Catholic Stu chief attraction of the chapel dent Organization will begin will be a raised copper-coated construction of its ch ' apel. roo!. A large fireplace will be The building will be located t h e dominating architectural on a 10-acre plot of land oppo feature of the lounge. site the other religious centers The structure is being fi-on 50th Street. nanced by the Methodist . and The Catholic Student Center Presbyterian churches of Florwill contain a chapel room, a ida. Total cost will be about meeting hall, several offices , a $100 , 750. kitchen and residence quarters. A dedicatory lecture series is Eventually a student church being planned to open the Uniwill be erected adjacent to the versity Chapel in January 1966. center. Several outstanding theologians A Hillel House lies in the will speak, with all students invited to attend. future for the Jewish Student Plans fo r the building origiUnion , but there are no definite nated in February, 1964 , and building plans. Campo• Stall Pbolo b7 A. Zappone The Order of the Thimble Anne Quincey could find plenty to keep a double of herseU busy. She designed costumes for "The Dark of the Moon," to be presented Oct. 18-23. Tickets are What is required by the "The University of S out h boards, and what is sent by the Florida will soon have one of Registrar' s office each trimesthe largest herbariums in the ter, is notice that the student has registered at USF. South if we keep growing as " Wh th "d b it we are now," Dr. Robert W. en e evi ence su m • "The business of a writer i s ted by the college is not suffi. Long, associate professor of bot-cient to determine normal pro" d people . " So stated Sarasot aany, sal . gression, and is not an adeLong makes many field trips based author James McCague quate basis for either deferment in quest of new additions to the in an addres s at an " Meet th e or denial of a deferment, locaJ collection. At the present time Author " meeting held Oct. 6 at boards may require the student most of the collecting is being the UC. to secure a transcript of his done in West Florida, south of Asked abou t the value of credits in order to make a Fort Myers. Eventually, the newspaper experience to the be proper determination of his Everglades and the Florida Key ginning writer, the former n ews status , " Assistant Registrar Ron will be covered . feature writer said , "It forces Keller reported. A summer field trip to Andros 111m to write. He can' t say he "If a student takes 24 hours Island in the Bahamas netted doesn ' t f eel like writin g w he n he in a year and is eligible to reLong approximately 75 new spe -is given an assignment. " turn, he is eligible for a defercimens for the herbarium. Speaking of starting a book , ment, " Keller said . During the Bahamas trip, he McCague, whose fitst novel The Registrar' s office s ends was a member of a three-man "Big Ivy " was pubUshed in 1956, notice of registration to local party that included Dr. John said that it must begin with boards within 30 days of the Popenoe , director of the Fair "an idea about something. first day of classes of each term child Tropical Garden in Mi" But until it starts becoming (trimester ) , including summer ami, and Jack Patterson, an concerned about someone, the terms . This is done as a result amateur botanist from Nassau. author is in trouble," be said. of students filling out the SelecThe p a r t y collected mostly Asked to cite the major faul t tive Service S ystem cards at over the island's northern end, of novice writers, McCague re on at the theatre box office daily, 1-4 p.m. 1 3 Fires Hit registration . which is little known botanicalplied , " wordiness." Student Senators Absent Drop and Withdrawal Policy Tightened by University Senate The USF Senate tightened ! Karen Klein : Didn ' t pick up drop and withdrawal policy in notice in time. the Sept. 29 meeting . No stuEffective Jan. 1 , 1965, the new dent senators were p r esent. The following are the given by student Senators for 110t attending the meeting : Bob Blunt : Senior class meetIng, presidential nominee. Havey Frank: Resigned , post now vacant. John Hogue : Sick . Robin Kirk: "Pressing engagement"-no details. * * * USF Senate Nominations Close Oct. 22 policy, as amended, reads: 1. For the first five weeks of any term a student may drop a course or courses with out penalty or any consulta tion with the instructor. No chang e of grade r esulting from a drop may be made by any committee to which the stu dent appeals without the full knowledge and consent of the instructor involved , after the first frve weeks. 2 . Until three weeks before finals any student may with draw from the University without penalty. After that date grades of "F" will auto matically be assigned for all course work. Gamma, Cause Little Damage Gamma 2 West was hit by First 1Miss Aegean1 To Be Awarded $130 Scholarship Campus Slaff Pholo by Anthony Anything for Scholars Becky Heagler unleashes a mighty swing at Cratos' "Maroon Marauder" which was demolished last Wednesday for the benefit of the Junior Foun dation scholarship fund. Twenty-five dollars was col lected from hammer swinging students . I "Of course , the Miss Ae gean contest will also gene r ate keen interest in the book," he s a id . Student Named 'Super Co-Op' Larry G . F elix, a coopera tive education student, has been pres ented an engraved plaqu e by the RAERO-DP o r ganiza. tion naming him a ''Super Coop" during his tra inin g periods from 1962-65. Felix has just complet ed his fifth work period with the Mar shall Sp ace Cen ter, Hunts vi!ie, Al abama.


THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, Oetober 11, 1965 Here Is a Cause Dr. Gordon Blackwell, former president of Florida State Univer sity and Dr. Harry M. Philpot, for mer vice president of the Univer sity of Florida have something to say regarding Florida education. Their conspicuous absence is more eloquent than days on end of outraged speech. "They have said m o r e than a shelf of tomes could utter. All the road bonds Florida will ever dream up could not do as much good as these men have done by lea\'ing this state in the mess its legislators have created. :Sut what have the pundiW to say about how the people feel? If rumor were today's prophet, we wOtJld expect to go through several mete top administrators before the n&t four years are gone. Last Monday it began to look as t11ough Gainesville's Dr. Reitz, were going to make it a trio. :-Why haven't the citizens of this state demanded that education be made the primary issue? Why are taxpayers content with the prospect of traveling on nice four-laned roads that lead to chao tic campuses? "Don't Floridians consider t h e idea that these administrators have resigned for good reason? How long will students here sons and daughters of voting Flor idians, and many who are them selves voters maintain their si lence? Why are legislators not be ing deluged with letters demanding elimination of the political med dling which is causing this exodus? If students on this campus really w a n t something to demonstrate about, why don't they start march ing around courthouses and c i t y halls and politicians' homes with protests about good professors wlw are looking elsewhere because they will not t o 1 e r a t e the conditions here? Doesn't it make sense that poli ticians come here and speak be cause they believe personal contact is the way to get votes in the fu ture? If so, why aren't these speakers challenged to a n s w e r questions about why these administrators have left? Conferences are held on t h i s campus every week. The i d e a seems to be one of using the facil ities here to promote good will in the community and the state. Well, one way to spread the word about student concern with good teachers and administrators is right here. The people who will look and listen and take away with them impressions and convictions are available. All you have to do is decide to say something to them. You need to think seriously about what you want, then use the means at hand to go about getting it. You need to o r g a n i z e your thoughts, present your desires in a courteous, firm manner, and show the visitors here that you want an atmosphere conducive to learning. If you believe the activities be ing doled out to you are trivial, then try this as a cause. Cut the Line-Buckers Some people just don't care. To them it doesn't make a whit of difference if 10 people manage to " paint on smiles enough to buck meal lines. The excuses are older than the food. "I'm just going to talk to her for a minute . " "Hey, what did you pul down for this answer?" .:Some boors don't even bother to acknowledge the presence of the peGple they move in front of. They just face the front of the line and ignore the glares. What about you who do care? If the line-buckers bother you enough to make you glare or whis per a protest to your neighbor, why not vent your anger and say some thing out loud? Maybe the technique of embar rassing these mannerless traveling stomachs will go some significant distance towards a cure. Why let a few inches of height be the silencer it has been in the past? The person who bucks the line Is in the wrong in the first place. A few cutting remarks might move him or her on before the despica ble act has come to its frustrating conclusion. Maybe it will serve as a reminder to the would-be bucker and prevent a recurrence. Cheating is cheating. Bucking the line is just a form of it. Con doning the dishonesty by silence is just not necessary. Representing Apathy? Where were they? "Why did only 19 student representatives attend the Sept. 30 legislature meeting? 'What were they representing, apathy? .Are these people abandoning the id6a of being leaders among the student body? Should it really be up to SA Vice President Ed Coris, president of ihe SA legislature, to go out and snag people by their Gant shirts antl blouses to get attendance up to full house? they hold and diminish their own veracity. The same criticism goes for stu dent senators and representatives. After the fact excuses as to why they weren't there don't alter the fact that they just weren't there. Coris has said he will pay much closer attention this year to atten dance than has been paid in the past. The SA constitution contains a provision for impeachment of chronic non-attenders . He says the provision may soon get some ex ercise. It' s a pleasure to hear that the SA will police itself. ' Some campus political hopefuls get their names on ballots so their yearbook entries aren't so meager. Those people demean _ the office It would be equally a pleasure to hear that for the first time no legislator failed to attend the meet ings his office called for. .. The Campus Edition A special edition of The Tampa Times pub lished weekly by journalism students of the Uni versity of South Florida. Member, Associated Colle&iate Presa Jay Beckerman ....................... . .•.•................. Editor Harry Haigley . . . . . . • . • . . . . . . • . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associate Editor Laurence Bennett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Managing Editor John Alston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Editorial Page Editor Lee Sizemore . . . . • . . • . . . • . • • • • • • . . • . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . Copy Editor Larry Goodman . . . • . . . . . . . . • . • . . . • . . • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sports EdHor Mary Ann Moore . .............••.•••..••........ Student Assoclatloll Steve Yates . ......... ...................................... Adviser Raymond Blair, Mary Burke, Rebecca Center, Margaret Chapman, Alice Crownover, Eugene Eddy, Julian Efird, Flo Felty, RosaUe Flelscha ker, Mary Greco, Andra Gregory, Shirley Greenfield, Joanne Hansell, Judith Harris, Norma Harper. Maureen Hearns, David Howland, William Hunter, Elizabeth Johnson, Stephanie Kutzer, Priscilla Lennertz, Joseph Loudermilk, Frances Mak sim, Hazel McCatty, Michael Moore, William Neville, Sam Nuccio, Diane Olkon, Jack Osmann, Kathy Preschev, Max Ramos. Allan Smith, Dawn Speth, Toni Spoto, l\lary Sullivan, Gayle Swend son, Stuart Thayer, Janet Tiller, Paulette Weaver, Roger Creseentinl, Tony Zappone, Kathy Manetta, Gail Reeves. Deadline for copy is 1 p.m. Wednesday for the following Monday edition. Offices are located in the University Center, Room 222, Extension 619. India-Pakistan Feud Over Land ' Rather Than Religion Says Prof By HARJIT S. SANDHU Assistant Prof. of Sociology The present India-Pakistan war is not a religious war, as some think. It is a war for more land (Kashmir) which Pakistan wants in the name of Muslim majority. Many readers of this conflict are not aware that there are 70 million Muslims living in India, enjoying equal oppor tunities and freedoms as all other Indians do. Pakistan was founded on the basis of religion, when Mohammad Ali Jinnah insisted on separating from India and having a separate homeland for Muslims. The Indian lead ers pleaded that they could all live together as they had done for the past eight or nine centuries. However, Jin nah remained adamant and got Paristan when the English freed India in August 1947. THE COUNTRY was parti tioned into three parts Paki stan was carved in the north west of India and the other part in BengaL The partition of the country was accompa nied by very fierce, barbaric riots involving indiscriminate m a s s killings, abductions, rapes of several hundred thou sand persons. Innocent women and children were the worst victims of an unparalleled barbarity. T h e y shrieked, screamed and then were si lenced forever by the killer's kniie. Their cries for mercy fell on deaf ears, as law and order was on vacation those days. The British custodians had relinquished their charge and their "free" successors had not yet fully taken over. Un protected, robbed and plun dered of all their possessions, people had to flee for their lives. The Muslims from India Punjab and non-Muslims from Pakistani P u n j a b, Sind, North Western Frontier Pro vince migrated in miserable conditions. IN THESE AREAS, the pop ulations exchanged themselves almost to the last. It appears that the respective govern ments concerned had not anti c i p ate d such large-scale migrations, and that they were not prepared for this contin gency, at least. All this bad blood, hatred, and dis t r u s t, followed the wake of Pakistan; but we m u s t remember that these people had lived as peaceful neighbors for centuries. As if all this were not enough to fill the cup of hu man misery, Kashmir was struck by tribal raiders from Pakistan in October 1947. The raiders ran over West Kash mir and reached the outskirts of Kashmir, when the MahaDR. HARJI'l' S. SANDHU raja (ruler) of Kashmir signed an instrument of accession with the India Goverl)lTlent. After acceding to India , he asked for protection of his state from the raiders. ALONG WITH the Maharaja, the National Conference of Kashmir, led by Shiekh Abdul la also desired to affiliate the S t a t e uf Kashmir with India . India flew its forces to Kashmir and saved the Cap ital of Srin.agar very precari ously. Pakistani forces joined 1 When The Fuse Burned Short the t r i b a l raiders. India brought the case to tl)e United Nations, complaining of Paki stan's aggression. The fighting continued for fourteen months in the moun tainous terrain of the Rima lays. The United Nations de puted a commission, which succeeded in bringing about a cease fire on January 1, 1949. It was agreed that a plebiscite would be arranged when the state was normalized. the "Azad" forces in Pakistan held Kashmir were moved and all non-Kashmiris quit the State. SEVERAL EFFORTS to solve this problem by the UN Commission , UN individual representatives, and bilateral talks, failed. Pakistan never removed Azad forces and other non-Kashmiri residents; and so India could not agree to plebiscite since the State of Kashmir was far from normal. In the meantime , India made a lot of investments in Kashmir to develop Kashmir. Elections were arranged and the State Legislature twice ratified Kashmir's accession to India. India, accordingly, considers Kashmir an integral part of her country. Pakistan accuses India of going back from the plebiscite. REGARDLESS of o t h e r merits of the case, if India -AP Wirephoto gives away a part of her tel' ritory on the vote of two mil lion Muslim population, it is a denial of the nation's es sential secular principle and negates the presence of 90 mil lion Muslims in India who are most beloved and faithful cit izens. They have always joined ranks behind the Government and Nation of India. Fragmentation and fritter ing away parts of the coun try on communal reasons could seriously jeopardize In dia's unity through diversity, and also hurt India's secular ism. DESPITE all this, India had talks with Pakistan in early 1963, when it offered to accept the partition of Kashmir and make some concessions to Pakistan. Unfortunately, the offer fell short of Pakistan • s demand, and talks failed. India at that time, wanted to settle the matter. The situation started to worsen. Earlier in October and November 1962 China had invaded Ladakh, occupying a good part of the territory. India was recovering from this treacherous jolt given by China, when Pakistan gave away a part of Kashmir (he ld by her) to China, In settle ment of their boundaries. India protested against this, but Pakistan ignored it. Pakistan and China became good friends and this friendship grew on their mutual enmity to India. RECENTLY, on August 5, Pakistan sent a very large number of guerrillas to Kash mir, who started sabotaging Kashmir and harassing Kash miri c i v i 1 i a n s and Indian forces . This treacherous act was initiated in 1947 and re peated now. INDIAN FOltCES captured a number of these guerrillas and the UN observer gave a report against Pakistan. The Indian forces continued mop ping up these guerrillas and then proceeded. to block the mountain passes through which they were infiltrating. This escalated the conflict. • The border war spread from mountains to , the plains and both countries were in volved in the bloodiest battles ever fought between them. Extensive aerial attacks were made deep into each country. Very heavy losses occurred in men and machines. Temper went high and both parties were involved In a life and d e a t h struggle. The UN worked v e r y actively and brought about a cease-fire in the war-torn sub-continent after 17 days of the fiercest fighting. This is an uneasy truce, though, as both parties are emotionally overcharged. hospital was an early casualty. The war is being fought AFTER THIS historical re-for land, not for religious causes. view, a few observations are ____ _.:::. _______________ • in order. In spite of the Kash The long smoldering feud between India and Pakistan burned short this month and this Indian Three Units Combine Information Needed Talents for Concert mir issue , there have been short spells of good relation ship between the two countries. Some issues, like Canal wa ter, have been satisfactorily solved. India has on several occasions, offered a no war pact. All efforts should be made to improve the climate of good neighborliness. This may not be possible right now, when the armies are sitting on the piles of dead soldiers. We have to wait some time for the tempers to cool off. "I didn't vote in last Tues day's election . " My reasons for not voting should concern a number of people, including the SA, the Campus Edition apd anyone who believes in the right to vote for the candidate of one ' s choice . First, nobody ever told me what the purpose of the stu dent association is beyond the fact that it r epresents USF students. Perhaps I am in a minority since this is my fir s t trimester at USF, but there may be some 2,000 other new students on campus who don't know specifically what the SA does or how it operates. Throughout the weeks pre ceding last Tuesday's election, little attempt was made to provide new students witn spe cific background information concerning the SA. To vote in telligently, one should have an understanding of the institu tion he elects representa tive s to in order to serve him. Second, if one is to elect representatives to serve in an official capacity , the voter should know what the candi dates propose to do and what their motives for seeking of fice are. The written platforms in the Campus Edition could serve an important purpose, but since only eight prospective repre s e ntatives had t h e i r state ments published out of 26 can didates, this method of ge tting to know the students didn't ful fill its po s sibility. The candi dates thems elve s are to blame for not taking advanta g e of this medium of meetin g the public . How can one s el ect a representative to serve the stu dents when one doesn't know the qualification s of the can didate? Perhaps in the future per sons responsible for the SA elections will realize that the majority of new students are interested. in SA elections and would like to know what the y are votin g for. Only an in formed voter can cast an intelligent vote for the candidate of The University band, orchesson, will present Nelson's "Fanhis choice. tra, and Fine Arts Chorale will fare for a Festival" with ac Two suggestions, if followed, would help provide the voter with a clea rer understa nding of SA elections. State the pur pose a nd duties of the SA for everyone to have access to, a nd provide a means for students to hear the candidates and how they propose to carry out the i r res ponsibilities . Pers onally , I d i d cast a bal lot in last Tuesday' s election, but the mere f act that I se lected some names doesn't ful fill my duty a s a vo ter. J U LIAN EFIRD Freshman Watch Appearance! Editor: Campus Edition . Students at the University of South Flo r ida a r e fortunate in ' hav i ng a spac i ous campus with attractive mod ern buildin g s , of which they may justly be proud . Our campus s h o u 1 d be a showplace in the Tampa area. And yet , duri ng a recent visit to the Admini s tration Build in g , this observer noted sev eral students sprawled in un becomin g I a s h i o n on tl1e benches in the entrance to the buildin g , playing rock and roll on a transistor r adio. Empty milk cartons and s a ndwich wrappers w ere littered in our un i que and l o vely central pa t io. A I a r g e c igar butt 1 a y crushed on one of the stair landin g s to the second floor . Newspapers were scattered about t h e entrance nearest the Unive rsity C e nter. VISITORS from th e outside communi t y usually visit our Administration Buildin g first . Thi s sort of s cen e i s bound to make a bad impression of our s chool and s tudents. What c a n fie don e to c a ll to the atten tion of the few a need to have some a w a r e ness and consid eration for the appearance of our campus? JANET TILLER, Senior present a combined hour and a companiment by the USF brass half concert for the open house ensemble , Schutz ' s "Cantate Sunday at 3 p.m . in the FH Domino " and "The Paper Reeds patio . Each group WI1l perform by the Brook" from Thompson's half-hour programs. "Frostiana." The orchestra , directed by The band, directed by Dr. Edward Preodor, will open the Gale L. Sperry, will conclude program with selections from with selections such as Gould's Kabelevesky's "The Comedian," "Jericho," and others from a Movement of Tschaikovsky's previous concerts. "Fifth S Y mPh 0 n y," and II Refreshments will be served Chabrier's-"Espana." . after the concert . Parent s , stuThe Chorale , under the . di-1 dents , faculty , and staff are in rection of Dr. Gordon A. John-vited to attend . A Trifle Crowded? PAKISTAN'S COLLUSION with China, China's continued threats to India and her sup. port to Pakistan against India, hostile broadcasts by Peking, along with Pakistan's threat to walk out of China if the UN remains unable to get her the of Kashmir, China's atomic blasts and increasing pressure on Indian Govern ment to make a bomb make it a grave problem of the present decade. USFPhole no if you don't count the books that are taking up one seat. But cafe terta Jams really pile up when students continue to sit at a table when they are eating. ( . 0 s b 0 h a ..._ I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I -. I l


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Air Force Chief Of Staff in Tokyo TOKYO, Oct. 11 (UPI}-J. McConnell, the U.S. Air Force Chief of Starr, arrived here to day on his first tour of the Far East since he was appointed last February. McConnell will visit Japan, Formosa, Viet Nam and Guam. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF SALE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are her,by notified that the !ollowin.r motor vehicle: 1963 Ford Galaxle 4-Dr .• Serial :lt3N62Xll7307 will be sold at public ule at 11 a.m. o'clock on the 18th day of October, plied to the payment of the coet o! retaking, storing and oale of said motor vehicle and the cost of publication of notice of sale and then to the satisfaction of the balance due un der the contract with Mr. W. H. Hemlng of oafd motor vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to you, and you will re main liable for any balance remain ln.r unpaid under sald contract. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORATION By: R . R. Matistlc, Col. 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N f T B A S • en Boy, 15, Kills Robber ews 0 ampa ay rea erv1cem LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11 (.f)woman early yesterday broke Police say 15-year-old Steven into the motel where the family Ellis P. George, deputy comuel A. Barnhart, Dover, has been Airman 2.C. M. GUes Garritano, awakened by the lives and beat them when they mander for materiel for the assigned to the 82nd Airborne n, whose live at screams of his mother, grabbed refused their demands for mon441st Combat Support Group at Division at Fort Bragg, N . C . A 1, Lutz, has arnved at Patnck a pistol al\d defended his fam-ey. 112 International Match Points to Yokota AB, truck driver, he attended Jeffer-Italy. pan, has son High School and entered the AFB after a tour of service ily from three robbers, killing Police said Steven, sleeping Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Our bidding is shown in the to . Army last April. in Greenland. An administrative one and driving off the others. in a nearby bedroom, a w a k 16 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, Oetober 11, 1965 1 went out of his way to go wrong spades with only two spades in J'orce. He is a Pvt. Judith L. Ford,. daughter Hillsborough High School. Marie, and his father, Nicholas drawer, and fatally wounded The American South really I box. While NQrth's jump to four onel 1n U.S. Air specialist, he is a graduate of Both Steven's sister, R 0 s e ened, grabbed a pistol from a on deal 55 and the result was his hand looks rather drastic son of Mr. and of Mrs. Helen E. LeWis, 111 W . Garritano, 42, were beaten on Fred C. Collins, 21, as he wres-we were using IMP scoring and Mrs. S a m u e 1 Violet St., has completed basic Airman 3 .C. Anthony J. Demthe head by pi s to Is, officers tled with his father. The other NORTH 11 the score for four spades made George, 4508 training at Women's Army Corps ,., chak, whose parents live at 813 said. pair fled, taking Garritano's • K J represents a one IMP gain Rosemere Road. Center, Fort Ala. S. Oregon Ave., has graduated Police said two men and a wallet , containing $170. • K Q 8 3 2 against the score for five diaa t t e n d e d Hillsborough H1gh Ford + Q 10 9 6 monds made. Albert G. HeSchool. from a training course for new • • • K 3 South's decision to invite a witt Jr., son of headquarters, 15tlJ Air Force:members of the Air Force Medi-7 Dre an Car Crash PEYTON WALTON, M.D. WEST EAST slam by use of Blackwood at retired Air Force Maj. Charles H. MUllan Jr., March AFB. cal at Ala. NAPLES, Italy, 11 Announces th• o10enina of his • 9 2 • Q 6 4 this point was doubtful to say George Maj. Gen. and whose parents live at 3804 Fig Airman l.C. Donald w. Berg, He studied bas1c hospital Two cars packed w1th om ... at: 1 DAVIS aouu:VAitD • A 10 9 6 • J 7 5 the least. He planned to go to Mrs. A . G . Hewitt, 3918 Versaille St., has arrived for duty at son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. cedures and emergency from a Sunday outmg Limi-to the Specialtv +li 2 + . J 8 six if NortlJ indicated one ace Drive, has been promoted to rna-Hickam AFB, Hawaii. A ,PerBerg, 6207 Jones Road, is in treatment, He has head-on om: • Q J 10 8 7 +A 9 6 52 and that six bid would have been jor in the Air Force. He is a sonnel officer, he is a Plant Viet Nam as a training spe-to Beale AFB, He IS a 1111 n g seven and m-Hom• 134•1144 SOUTH (D) a decided gamble unless North Minuteman miss i 1 e launch High School graduate. cia list. He is a Plant High School graduate of Plant High School. JUring others, police reported. • A 10 8 7 53 also held very good spades and officer at Vandenburg AFB, graduate and attended Univer-• 4 either tlJe queen or a doubleton California. Col. Charles F. Moehle, whose sity of Tampa. + A K 7 4 3 in diamonds. parents live at 3809 Sevilla St., • 4 As it was, North showed up Spec. 4 Christine A. Bamber has retired from the U.S. Air Airman Apprentice Larry M. Both vulnerable witllout an ace and South ger, daughter of Mrs. W. T . Force at March AFB , Calif., Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrs. South West North East found himself in five spades. Wilson, 3610 Omar Ave., mem-after more than 23 years servJ . M. Vaughn, 511 W . 129th 1 • Pass 2 • Pass He ruffed the second club and ber of the only all-woman band ice. He received the CommendaAve . , has graduated from Avia3 + Pass 4 • Pass went after trumps. His prob in tlJe U.S. armed forces, will tion Medal for service as chief tion Structural Mechanic E;y? lem was to avoid losing a trump tour Louisiana and Texas this of the professional development draulic course at Naval Air trick and he went wrong by fall as a member of the Worndivision and chief of plans, pro-Technical Train l n g Center, Opening lead-.Jo Q. BIG SAYINGS AT PENINSULAR II DESIGNER TV leading a trump toward dummy en's Army Corps Band. She grams and analysis division at Memphis, Tenn. ------------and finessing the jack. plays the oboe and cymbals and • Alkhannel VHF-UHF reception wffl1 the new G-E Tandem "SZ' integrated tuning system featuring the exctusive "410" perinatronic transistor tuner. 1 D West was just as likely to hold September, 1962. is a 1.962 So TAS . This looks like tough 1 u c k . has been with the band since T the queen as East, but it was graduate of Robmson H1gh A I(L&s both tough luck and poor play. School. His play would win for him if Wi!st held either queen-small Army Pvt. Samuel L. BarnIJtVel{ ][puse scorcn WHISKY lVORLD'S FINEST WHISKY Illig; llt!DII StDTCH WHISKY D;Ril PII!F or queen-and two small trumps. The play of the king from dum my to be followed by a lead of the jack and a finesse, if neces sary, would win against the same holdings in the East hand, but there was one extra thing going for the king play. The king play would also win if East held a singleton queen . This extra chance should have been sufficient to cause South to play the other way. C:R;l:lt,W!UD , __ u _e_w_it_t _____ __ _ Q-Tbe biddiog bas been: Soa&h West Norih East 2 • Pass 2 N.T. Pass Yott, South, bold: .AKQ18U .AKI What do you do? A-Bid four spades. Yo. want to play four no interest in an,-ibin&' more sinee your pariner bas sh,own a biWl ba.Dd by his two no-&nunp response and have no reasoa io diU7-claUy. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of responding two no-trump, your partner ziises you to. three spades. 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ly D• lg k a !d S er I'S • THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 11, 1965 Homecoming Festivities Begin Thursday Sports, Music Highlight Autumn Antics .Off Campus ... -VSF Photo * * * USF Alumni Plans Events During 1Antics1 Autumn Antics-the USF answer to the Gator Growlwill begin its weekend activi ties with intramural diving competition at the swimming pool at 4 p.m . Thursday and a pep rally and bonfire at 8 p.m. southeast of Beta Hall. A street d a n c e behind Argos Center will wind up Thursday' s activities , J o h n Reber, SA president, said. The New Christy Minstrels will swing and strum at Cur tis Hixon Convention Center Friday night at 8 and 10. The group of seven boys and two girls has five top selling LPs and many popular singles on the record market. TICKETS FOR the Min strels performance are on sale daily from 9 a . m. to 9 p.m. in the UC lobby. Cliff Opp, ticket chairman, said the sales are going well , and he anticipates a sellout. Stu dents and staff faculty and staff may buy advance tickets at $1.50 each. General admis sion at the door will be $2 . 50 . The faculty-student tennis tournament will kick off a day of sporting events at 8 a.m. Saturday. THE USF BRAHMANS soc cer team will clash with the Stetson H a t t e r s at 2 p . m. Sports clubs exhibits and demonstrations will be con ducted .from 1 to 2 p.m. and at 4 : 05 p . m. at the intramural fields. A cross-country race will be held at 3 p.m. with> USF tak ing on Manatee Junior Col-* * * * Diving Competition Begins Thursday The annual intramural swim-The winning team will receive ming and diving meet gets off 100 intramural points while all to a big splash Thursday with participating teams will receive diving competition. Events begin at 4 p.m. and the 50 points. Individual places will swimming events to be held Fri-be scored as follows: 7 , 5 day at the same time. ( 2nd), 4 (3rd l , 3 (4th), 2 ( 5th) , 1 Both men's and w o me n 's (6th), . Relays will be scored events will be held together at 14-10-8-6-4-2. the USF pool. Each team may enter one reAlumni of USF will have two All swimmers and divers are lay and t w o individuals p e r d f t' 'ti . f expected to attend a clinic today event. Swimmers may particiays ac LVL es, rangmg rom at 4 p .m. at the pool. pate in only three events. the f1rst golf tournament to According to M u r p h y OsLast year's winners were the seminars on USF development, b o r n e, I-M coordinator, Bay PE Majors and Fides. Both are to highlight their part in Campus students will also par-rated as the chief threats to win Autumn Antics Oct. 15-16. ticipate in the meet. this year's meet. The race is to begin at the halftime of the soccer match and will s tart and f i n ish at the utilities hut sou t h of the soccer field. A steak barbecue will be served from 4:30 to 6 : 30 p.m. on Crescent Hill. Food cards will be honored. A street dance featuring "The Flamingos" will begin at 8:30 p.m . on Pine Dri ve, behind Crescent Hill. The group recorded the hit song "I Only Have Eyes for You." Sunday will be Parents Day. Dormitories will h a v e lawn displays in the Autumn Antics theme. It will be open house in the afternoon in the dormitores. The USF orchestra, band and chorus will present a concert at 3 p.m. follow ing a welcome address by President John S. Allen at 2 p . m . Members of the Steering Committee for the Autumn Antics program include Judy Petersen, in charge of lawn displays; Ray Franklin, pub licity; Iogie Burke, dance; Karen Klein, pep rally and bonfire; Cliff Opp, tickets ; and Russ Avery, sports. Advisers to the student committee on homecoming are Mrs. Phyllis Marshall, direc tor of student Cfrganizations ; Duane Lake, UC director; and Sam Prather, of the physical education faculty. There will be bus transpor tation to the New Christy Minstrels. The tickets are on sale at the UC lobby along with those for the the Min strels. Times of departure will be posted later. Friday, Oct. 15 the first golf tournament for USF alumni will initiate activities. Play Research Students Learn, Earn starts at 8 a . m. on the Temple u d SIS 200 b t' ti 1 h tr tr th h n er a , grant y the neore ca c em1s y, spec o-on e synt es1s of large rmg Terrace Golf course. Green National Science Foundation scopy, thermo-dynamics, organ-organic compounds Ron Wil-fees are $4 and trophy awards .nine chemistry students are ic .and inorganic. reaction mec?Iiams with Dr. p. C. Maybury I for the winners are sponsored . . . . amsms, morgamc and orgamc . . b L . htf t R 1.t C mg full-tlme research dunng synthesis, kinetics, boron hy-on the reactions of alummum, y 1g oo ea 1 y ompany. Tr' b d 1mester III. dride chemistry, Jon exchange, orohy nde; and Vmcent Pug-Registration for a 1 u m n i No regular class work is taken radiation chemistry, and addi-lisi with Dr. E. D. Olsen , on 1 events will run from 3-7 p.m. by the students, but academic tion compounds. ion exchange reactions in mixed Friday and start at 9 a.m. credit can be received for reStudents now engaged in re-solvents. I Saturday. A hospitality hour is search of proper caliber. search, the chemistry profes-Michael Hanst is working with scheduled for 5 p.m. Friday Full-time summer research sors with whom they are work-Dr . . T. C . Owen on the radi at the Brown Bottle, Joseph brings $600 to each student, ing, and the problems involved ation chemistry of some sulfur Schlitz Brewing Company. part-time work during the aca-include tbe following, according Qiochemicals , Dan Haus with Dr. . . . demic year brings $200. to Dr. J. E. Fernandez, direc-G . R. Wenzinger on oxidation Friday mornmg wtll feature The high quality of student tor: of some organic compounds, -USF Pholo ••. Food •.• Graduate a coffee at 9 a.m ... followed by work, which is done under facul-Ralph Powell assisting Dr. M . Charles Voigt with Dr. T. G. one-hour discussion . ses-ty direction, is indicated by the Barfield on nuclear magnetic Solomons on IJJ.e synthesis o s1ons. A luncheon and busmess publication of several papers resonance spectroscopy James pseudo-aromatic compounds meeting will follow at noon . bearing student names as coStrohmenger with Dr. J : s . Bin-and Augustin Barreiro with Dr. Activities will conclude with authors. ford on high temperature ther-R. D. Whitaker on the thermo a steak bar-b-que on Cresent Students may choose to do modynamics of s o 1 i d s; Bob dynamic properties of some ad-1 Hill at 6 p.m. research within the fields of Wulff with Dr. J. E. Fernandez dition compounds. ... and Sports . Grants Offered REWARD OFFERED CAMPUS NEWS BRIEFS 1TV Tower Work Starts Over Parkin9 Fine International Forum To Hold Discussions SA Group Travels To Miami Seven members of the SA a t tended the Florida Southern University S tudent Government Association

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' THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 11, 1965 142 Mobile Home-Supplln INVENTORY • • Reduction Sale ** ON aU 10 & 12 Wldes. Wlll take Town" see NIXON'S at 12408 Florida Ave. 932-9483. 8x36, 2 BEDROOM Pacemaker nice condition, reasonable. Call after 5 P.M. 836-4402 CLEAN USED COACHES Slx10' 1'h btl! Raycraft Deluxe $3250 36x10 Delmar . 00 00 00 .. ........ $2480 45xl0 2 BR Moblle Cruiser ... $2650 37x10' 1 BR . . . . $1985 WATSON'S 4170 E. HILLSBORO 50 TRAILERS WANTED Ph. Mr. Roy 877-2812, 834-8221 SACRIFICE '59 trailer, 30x8, awn Ing, good condition. 832-4973. GENERAL 10x40 Air conditioned, carpeted, Television. Aluminum awning. 231. **Quality -andPrice** Vary Accordint To What You Select At Bairds 49 New & Used Units -In Stock From a $385 Camper To the $8,215 ••• Front kitchen, T rGOm WINDSOR. 60x12' which has 11h baths. dble door refrigerator, carpets, oun furnace & man)' other extra featu 1'981 -ALSO HAVI:* Marlette * Ritzcraft * Troplcanna * Capella * Manat .. * Gold Seal Crossland -AT-BAIRD MOBILE HOMES m:lHI Ph. 238 "Satisfied Customen Havo BuiH Our Buslnell11 MUSTANG Mobile Homes Inc. New Used Selection s . ale MabrY 50xl0 BELMONT, take over pay. ments. S56, 1177-8285. after 6. S&J SPECIALS "BRAND NU" ** 10 WIDE ** 2 BR$49 PER MO. 3073 W. HILLSBORO S&i Trailer Sales SPARTAN Imperial Mansion, 8X43, AC, wall to wall carpeting. Real clean. 93Z-OOOG. MODERN clean 2 bedroom trailer, privata lot, city bus. 626. WATSON ' S 4170 E. HILLSBORO "Tampa's Big, LiUle Dealer" Owner operated • . • Saves you $$$ Satisfaction Guaranteed!! 'ROYCRAFT 'CHAMPIONS 'HILLCREST All Sizes 36' to eo• Trade for anything of lJberal Trade-In allowance Vagabond Sun Home C. J. STOLL, INC. NICK WEIS, MANAGER 7200 Nebraska Ave. Pb. 235-8151 Open g to 9, Sun. 1 to & tBR, MAGNOUA, large livlni room, Air Conditioned, like new throughout . A Real Buy for only $40 per month. Superior Moblle Homes, 4509 S Dale Mabry. Open eves. ' til 9 PM. UFE TIME ALUMINUM 10X20', PATIO or carport. Discount Prices. Joyner Alwn. 837-4441 SALE OR LEASE __ _ New 10x50, A I C also 24 Wide. OFFICES-CLASSROOMS HOMES-CONCESSIONS CARGO DELIVERY ANYWHERE MOBILE-HIRE. 5800 NEBRASKA DIAL 813 235-5231 OR 876-4752 COLLECT . TAKE OVER PAYM'TS --<>N7 Finance Company REPOSSESSIONS Paym'ts from $39 Mo. 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms 4305 E. Hillsboro Ave. S & J Mobile Homes BELMONT 1964 10x50 2 bedrooms. Carpeted, air conditioned, 10X27 awning. E x e e I I e n t condition. 136-7551. ** New 12 Wides ** * $57 PER MO. * "NEBRASKA AVE . " TRAILER SALES 10916 Nebraska Ave. WATERFRONT 20 wide mobile Home & land beautifully urn . all like new 10 % dn. balance Jess than rent 877 or 935 C. L. McGONIGLE, REALTOR SACRIFICE 46x10 Great Lakes, ex tra clun, eorpeted. 11X38 awning, 62&.4637. JIM MARSHALL'S B & M LOT CHECK THESE 38x8' $1196 35x10' $3160 48x12' S457S 24x34' S 0 L D Many From From 35' to eo• JIM MARSHALL ' S MOBILE HOMES 1509 W. HUisboro ph 876-3976 Fla. or Virgin Island Bound? SAVE time $ & troubles. Business or pleasure. MobUe homes, of flees, 5 % financing. Motor homes & SC travel units. RENT TRADE-TERMS-MFG. Sellhorn's lie No. 1 Member State & Local C of C 5800 Nebraska, at Henry 235-5231 us 301 s of 60 626 LD collect 876-4752 Mall address P.O. Box 790 TamP.• SET-UPS ready to move In w1th position earnings up to $12,000 per year, m ail resume. 45' NASHUA C ustom, 2 bedrooms, 18' living room , new c a r p e t drapu-sofa. Full bath, extra clean readv to move ln. Will trade, finance, deliver, ebeap. Stored at 11105 Nebraska. 10 WIDE SPECIAL 1966 HOMETTE, 10x48, 1 bedroom, Cherry panellnc. 14' llvlnl room. Sharp thru-out. $888 DOWN Bud Wilmath, Inc. 'JTT7 Nebraska '64 NEW Moon , 55x10, 3 bedroom, phone 833-6795. Want Ad Ph. 223-4911 142 Mobile Home-Supplies •• Clearance Sale ** ON all new & used Mobile Hom.,. 8' 10' 12' WIDES 18' TBROUGH 60' lN LENGTH BuY now : save II Don't be late!! • Kirk Mobile Homes • 9631 Nebraska Ave. Ph. 932-4491 RENTAL PURCHASE K • L MOBILE HOMES 11303 Nebraska Ave. 25 TRAVEL Trallero from 14' to 35', new & used, at prices well TRAILERS 8353 Courtney Campbell Causew&J' Pbone 872 $195 DOWN 10 wtdes 12 wldes PaymeDts 159 month Rental purchase plan RU.EY MOBILE HOMES, INC. 13731 Nebraska Ave. Ph. 932-9114 1 mile nortb of city limits SILS IS LOADED WITH 1966 MobUe Romeo Where price sella " quallty tella. SILS Mobile Homes, lne. 11112 NEBRASKA AVE. 4500 S. DALE MABRY 1&17 BAKER sr., PLANT CITY WE NEED USED COACHES *HIGHEST* *PRICES PAID* CASB today fM' your Traller or will aell on conaltnment. 626-2511 Pb. 872-7961. 1960 VOLKSWAGEN. Real good. Call 855-1592 after 6 p.m . 'SS PLYMOUTH 4 DR. STA . WAG . Beautif ul Gray finlsb, extra clean origina l interior, perfect running V-8 motor, standard transmission w.overdrive. No cash needed , $5 wk. SUN RAY MOTORS, INC. 6SOO Florida Ave . Ph. 232-4891 1965 CHEVROLET Impala, 2 d oor, fa e tory air. Cheap. 253-0347, 876-6356. TAKE over payments '61 Chev. 2 dr. Str. stick 6. Real clean. Low mileage. 1 owner. Bal. $695 at $39 mo. No cash need ed, no pay. ment •tu December. Dlr. 2819 Fla Ave. 229-2288, 224-8221 1960 BUICK 2 Dr. HT. $695.00; 1980 Ram. Super Classic $395.00. Spauld lng's, 3216 W . Hlltsboro Ave. 1965 BONNEVILLE . Pontiac 4 door h ardtop. Full power, factory air conditioning, Bron•e finish. $3495. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave. Pb. 935-1145 CADILLAC 1963 Sedan DeVlile Park Avenue. One owner. 14,390 Completely verifiable miles. Faultle,. aparkllng br!gbt finish, lux urious Impeccably kept Interior. A stunningly beautiful moto r c a r. End of year sale price $2900. Cad Iliac City on U.S. 19 at 38th Ave. North St. Petersburg. Your Quality Dealer. OFFICE MANAGER 1962 CADU.LAC convert. Privata one owner car. Has everytbLng incl u ding A.C . Priced to seU. Ph. 935-6179. $10 DOWN '63 FALCON V-8 OFF your feet &: In the seat for small weekly or monthly pay. mente. This j ewel has automatic. radio & heater. Just sit back & drive. Don't worry about expen. sive upkeep. $10 down. Call for credit. Open 8 10. COLONIAL MOTORS 1772 West Hillsbo r o lOne Block West Of Rome) Ph. 872-7961. 1!Jii0 FALCON. Going overseas, must sell, $300. 4212 Tacon. 8356832. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN. One owner . 30,000 miles. $995. Phone 839. '61 CHEVROLET BelAir 4 door , fae tory air, V-8, AT , heater. 4205 W . K e nn e dy Blvd . 87763 . CADILLAC 1964 Sedan DeVIlle. A i r condition e d. Driven exactly 5372, yes, 5372 miles. Expensive glove soft leather Interior. Immaculate inside and ou t. End of year sale pric e $4200. Cadillac City on U.S. 19 at 38th Ave. Nort h St. Peters burg. Your Quallty Dealer. 1957 CHEV. 6, 2 Dr. HT, AulD. R&H, excellent condition. 3 more to choose from. Spaulding's, 3216 W. Hillsboro Ave. 1960 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon, new rubber, excellent condition, 1 owner . 645-3884. '59 CADILLAC sedan DeVille ; white, good condition . S795. Ph. 689. 1960 DODGE Polara sedan. Clea n . Fully equipped. $450. 626-3686. $10 DOWN '61 CORVAIR MONZA A RARE machine. Air condltlonlna: In a sporty Monza Coupe. 6 cyf.. lnder, automatic. A money saver & our price will save you mauy dol Jars. Bucket seats. Stop & Save! Call for credit check. Open 8-10 dally . COLONIAL MOTORS 1772 West Hlilsboro Otle81 matehlnl Interior. Chrome lt!J eage rack, WSW tires. Standard trans. BuY With 110 mooey doWD " onlY 532.40 per montb. One full year written warranty. D!r. 9306 l"la. Ave . 1965 SPORT FURY CONVERTIBLE RED with wblte top. black vinyl lntt.rlor, automatic , radio, heater, power steer. " braiu. v.a enc!ne, etc. Only S199 down or your old ear. Full price $2599 Northgate Chrys.-Plym. 10415 Fla. Ave. Ph. 935-310 3 WE CAN FINANCE 'S2 CHEVROLET PICKUP '55 CHEVROLET 6 CYL. 'SS MERCURY HARDTOP '56 PLYM WAG. V-8. AUTO. '57 OLDS 2 DR. HARDTOP SS0$75 DN. $10 WEEKLY 5920 NEBRASKA McLEOD MOTORS 238 PRIVATE owner, '59 Rambler. Extra clean, perfect condition. $589. 227 . '60 CHEVROLET $997 STATION WAGON No Down Payment. Easy Term• CRACKER BOY 4500 Florida Ave. 231-4831 Jet":.' '63 CADILLAC Parlrlane, low 935-0431. AC, 3906 Fontaine 1962 TRIUMPH .. 1100," convertible • * * * * * * * four speeds , beater. new tlru, $750. 855-3591. '63 FAIRLANE $1297 eo * FALCONS * 4-Door 0 .......... 0 .. 00 .. 00.$595 "500" IMMACULATE e o n d I t I o D . No money down. Instant ctedlt. CRACKER BOY 4500 Florida Ave. 231-4831 1962 TB convertible, torch red, with white top, AC, full power. STORED AT Speedometer Serv Ice, 1110 Tampa St. Ph. 229-1525. Make offer. '57 OLDS, 4 door. HT. fully equipped. 877-3434, 8 76. 1959 DODGE custom Royal, 4 door, loaded . Private. Excellent. $525, or trade. 876-9010. sw!tebes and rauces. 1175, call after 4:30. 834 042. '59 FORD Galaxle, two door, etan. dard transmission. economical, original paint, c011t new $3.500, beautiful condition, only $675. Jean T owson 935-0842. '59 CHEV. Convertible . $395. Take over payments $24 mo. 7301 FLA . PH. 238-3511 DLR. 7 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A CAR AT 3000 WEST HILLSBORO AUTO SALES 1. ON THE SPOT FINANCING 2. NO CREDIT PROBLEMS 3. 100 % FINANCING AVAILABLE 4. 100 CLEAN CAR SELECTION 5. LOW PRICES & LIBERAL TERMS 6. BANK FINANCING 7. EVERYBODY FINANCED '65 Volkswagen .. $1397 2 DR. 4 apeed, radio, heater, swing out windows '59 Olds 88 conv ... $687 FULL power, new top, fire engine red beauty. '64 Fiat llOOD . . . . $997 4 DR. 4 speed, heater, sbarp '59 Chevs., from . . $597 IMPALAS, Hardtops, sedana, some with air eond. '63 Falcon deluxe . $997 2 DR. Automatic, radio, heater, baby blue flni8h. '62 Ford wagon ... $897 4 DR .• s / s, R, H, one '59 Rambler ...... $297 AMERICAN Wagon, o l s, tu tone. '60 Buicks, from .. $897 ELECTRA 225's, Invlctas, LeSabres, full power, air cond . ., hardtops, sedans, con vertibles, 5 to choose from '63 Ford Galaxie . $1287 500 4 DR. Fordomatle, radio, heater, extra clean. '61 Chevs. , from .. $887 IMPALAS, Be!Airo, some with air cond.. 10 to choose from. '59 Buick 4-dr . .... $597 INVICTA, Hardtop, f u I I power, sharp. '61 Pontiac 2-dr .. $1167 HARDTOP. F u 11 power, radio, heater. '60 Comet wagon . $597 DELUXE, AT, Air Cond., 4 Dr., new tires. '63 Dodge Dart ... $1287 4-DR. s l•. radio, heater. Extra clean. '61 Rambler wag. . $697 CROSS C ountry, s i s, R, H, rack on top, one owner. '61 Fiat 1100 ...... $297 4 DR.. 4 speed. new tires. '62 Austin Healey . $987 SPRITE R oadster, eonv.. 4 speed, heater, red black top '60 Olds 88 4-dr ... $997 HARDTOP, full power, alr cond. (5). '61 Ford Custom .. $797 2 DR., AT, V8, power steer lng, radio, beater. '62 Rambler ..... . $797 CLASSIC 4 Dr., pusllbutton, power steering, radio, heater PLUS 80 More Extra Sharp Cars Open 8-10 7 Days Phone 876-1337 '57 OLDS2 dr. HT. sag cash. River Shore Motors, 7939 Fla. NO CREDIT CHECK '60 Ford Galaxte. 4 dr, V-8, AT, R&H, Clean .......... oo oo oo ... $695 '59 English Ford ............... $295 '59 Pontiac Catalina Wagon, Power, R&H. nice ............... .. ... $595 '59 3918 Fla. Ave. Pb. 229-9428 •=uat '59 PL YMOUTH 4 D r . HT $]95 '59 PLYMOUTH ltation Wagon $]95 '60 PLYMOUTH Sedan $495 '61 PLYMOUTH 2Dr. sedan $295 '60 PLYMOUTH 4 -Door $]95 HAWKE Chrysler.Piymouth 1111 W. Kennedy Blvcl. Ph. 253 Automatic. Very nlce. GUARANTEED! 3500 FLA. AVE. BAY AUTO SALES & SERVICE * * • • • * * • 1962 FORD XL l!OO; 2-door hardtop, radio, heater. perfect condition . $1285. Owner, 247. '61 CADILLAC SEDAN 6 WINDOWS, beaut.lful saUd wblte, air conditioned. '61 Pontiac Sta. Wagon BONNEVILLE. Full power JJIUI air. PENN MOTORS 1411 FLA. AVE. PH. 229-3271 '52 CADI. RWill good. $69 easb. River Shore Motors. 7939 Fla. 1964 CONTINENTAL Convertible 18,000 miles. One owner. 253. Hlgbeat offer buyo. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN sunroof , R&H. new tires, $925. 935-0775 after 6. 1963 FORD F A L C 0 N SPRINT COUPE. 2 door hardtop. Pastel Yellow exterior, vlnyl Int erior. $1295 TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave . Pb. 935-1143 '58 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2 HARDTOP. BeautUUI tutone Blue " Wb!te finish. extra clean orl&!nal interior, excellent 6 cylinder motor, standard transmission. Good body " tire•. No casb needed, $8 week. SUN :RAY MOTORS , lNC. 6300 Florida A v e . Pb. 232-4891 1960 RAMBLER , stick, radio, heater, AC . 4 new tlreo. $525 . 902 West St. Credit No Problem gaes the price but value stays UP! See these: '64 MEitCUitY Mar au der. Loaded. $2395 Plus Fae. Air! '63 PONTIAC Bonneville ...... 51995 'U OLDS 81, F u I I y equipped. Factory atr . . ;I ' 62 BUICK Special Wag. on. Automatic. R ad i o , htr., pOwer brake• and power 51495 steering ..... . Open Weekdays 'til t Sat. 'ti I 6. Closed Sun. The Friendly: "GIANT KILLER" Says: Buy a 1965 Rambler Ameriean <4-Door Hertz U-Dri ve-lt at t remendous savings from one of the Dealen and ge-t balanee of faetory war ranty. DALE MABRY RAMBLER 700 N . Dale Mabry NORTHSIDE RAMBLER 10409 N . Florida Ave. SCHULSTAD RAMBLER For These SUPER 0-K SPECIALS '64 CHEVROLET lmpal;o 2Dr. HT. I C)'l., standard shift, power steer . 00 .. .. .. .. $1845 '55 CHEVROLET 4 -Dr. 6 Cl'l. Standar d ohift. Original paint. L ike new. $395 OK ........... ..... . '64 CORVAIR Convertible. Powertlide, radio, $1795 Open 'til I P . M . Dail Y Sat. 'til 6-Cioaed Su'l. FERMAN 150 Autemobiles Far Sat. Finance Troubles? I CAN get YOU financed on 11\e ear of your choice LESS OF PAST CREDIT TRO • BLES. U you can quallfy Wi down payment (either cash' .Ot' At 229-9341-1515 Florida Foster Lincoln-Merctu::J 1959 88 OLDS, clean, must J!lll• can't drive. $400 . 210 N. N,tvt Jersey. ' 1958 CADILLAC. aU power, air, $W tlru, mechanically perfect. 835-6041. DO not buy a Chrysler untll drive this Imperial. $220(1..: &ff list price. Wife likes O ldm!el),ie better. 229-8044, 8'17. '61 COMET AMERICA'S most popular. durable. economlcal com p a ct. Automatic drive, all origlnal throughout. :Pay onl y $5 down , $12.50 week. GpeA 9 daily. Superior Motors 4205 Florida Ave . Ph. 237•mf $5 DOWN , . . 1963 CHEVY ll. Nova series. f!On• vertlble eoune. Automatle tntn .. mission, radio & heater. $12951 TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Flor:ida Ave . Ph. 935-11,41 '60 CHEVROLET, 2 DR. t.ransmlsslon. $745. 1512 B e a r 1 I Ave. '64 VOLKSWAGEN Sedans, one owners, loeal cars, f u II y eq11ipped. White$1490 Blue ••••••• '63 VOLKSWAGEN Sedans. Loeal one owner cars. Full w o r r a n t y. White, Black, $1290 Red or Blue . • '62 VOLKSWAGEN Sella11s. Showroom condl tion. Gray, $1190 llue or White. , '61 VOLKSWAGEN , $ e d a n 1. Low mileage clean ears . Full warranty. White, B l ue $990 or Turq •••••• '56 VOLKSWAGEN $]90 Sedan. One, only for •• 11333 FLORIDA AVENUE ,; . •.i a rz an SEE FRANK BAUGUS FOil CARS PRICED TO SELL! '61 CHEV. IMPALA 4-Dr. H'T Filcto r y Air. Power $1295 steering, Radio . . . . • ' 61 PLYMOUTH 2Dr. Sedan Radio, automatic $695 transmission, 6 cyl, . . '61 FALCON 4 Dr. Sedan. Automatic 5695 transmission . . . .. '61 FALCON 2Dr, Sedal), Jt,ad io, atandard $615 transmission ...... . '57 FORD Sta. Wagon. $395 6-eyl., standard shift. '54 CHEVROLET 4Dr. Sedan. Automatic $295 transmission . . . . . . . Open 'till p.m. Mon . thru Sat. INSTANT FINANCING Everybody Financed No Down Payment NO WAITING IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BANK CREDIT '61 Valiant .• $788 V200, 2 Dr . HT $37 mo. '59 Chev ••.. $498 Impala 4 dr, HT, V -'1, auto. 529 mo. '59 Pontiac .• $598 2 Dr. HT, V, auto., R . H . $34 mo. '59 Buick .•.• $498 2-Dr. v.a, It, N , auto. '33 mo. '60 Buick .••. $988 4 -Dr. V, auto., R, H, PS, PB, factor)' air. $43 month. '62 Chevy II $988 4Dr. Auto., 6 cyl., It, H. $46 mo. '62 Comet .•. $888 2-Dr. SS. C lea,., $41 mo. '58 Chev. . •. $398 4 Dr, Sedan. All originilf, '24 mo. '58 Cad . 2-Dr. $498 HT . Full power, air cond. $34 mo. '61 Mercury .$788 2 D r . Auto., It, M . $38 mo. '60 Chev. . .. $888 2-Dr. V -8, auto., R , H, WSW. Extra clean. $41 month. '60 Chev •••. $898 Conv. Ntw top, •ew tiru. auto., V -1, R , H, PS. $43 mo. '60 Chrysler $898 4Dr,. Auto., V-8, R , H, fact. air cond. $43 mo. '59 T-Bird ... $788 Jet b lack. Extra clean. $41 mo. '59 Ford 2-Dr. $448 R. H , WSW, tutone paint. '211 mo. '59 Chrysler $888 Imperial 2 Dr. HT. Turq u o ise, extra clean. $43 month . '60 Pontiac •• $888 2 Dr. HT, Auto., R, H . $41 mo. 4404 Florida Ave. (4 Blocks N. of Buffalo Ave.) , ph, 231-7881, 238 Open Dall y 8 , Sun. 1 2 'til 6


150 Automobiles For Sale 1S57 UNCOLN Landau, real nlee, t>OWer everything. $395. 838-2022. iJ5 BUICK 2 dr. RT. S79 cash. River Shore Motors, 7939 Fla. AUTO LIQUIDATORS :Must Sell Bank & Financing Company's low Balance Cars. All Makes & Models NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY No Down Payment NO PAYMENT ITlL NOV. '02 Ford conv . . . . . .... $1098 $60 mo. •eo Chev Imp conv .... S 790 $48 mo. '59 Mere. Conv ..... $ 598 $34 mo. '63 Ram b. 4 dr. . ..... $ 890 $51 mo. '62 Dodge GT HT .... $ 799 $47 mo. '50 Chev. 2 dr ......... $ 697 $42 mo. '59 Impala HT ........ $ 598 $34 mo. '63 Falc. 4 dr ......... $ 997 $55 mo. "62 Falrlane ......••... S 790 548 mo. Pont Conv .....• .•. $ 598 $34 mo. '61 Impala 2 dr ........ S 999 $59 m o . '59 Chev. 2 dr ....... $ 398$24 mo. '62 Ramb Wagon ...... $ 790$47 mo. '59 Olds 4 dr. . ........ S 598 S34 mo. '60 Chev. Wagon ....... S 793 $46 mo. '" Tempest 4 dr ....... $ 598 $34 mo. •e1 Corvair 4 dr ....... $ 698 542 mo. 150 Autemobiles For Sale TAKE over payments '62 Comet 4 Dr. Str. stick t . Real gas saver. R&II. Extra clean. Low mileage. 1 owner. Bal. $795 at $44.62 mo. No cash needed, no payment 'til Dec. Dlr. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229-2288, 224-8221 1964 CORVETTE STINGRAY. Au tomaUc transmission, 327 engine, AM-FM radio, beater, Fire red with White leather interior. $3295. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave. Ph. 935-1145 1956 C.<\DlLLAC. private owuer, alr conditioned, all electric, lean. $395. 238-1747, 1104 E . Genessee . :1958, SUPER 8 Rambler statiM wagon in good condition. S295. 935-2258. 1962 CHEVY lL R&H, A -T. Per feet. Very reasonable. Cail 839-3725, 10 6. Dlr. 1st City Bank of Tampa HAS SEVERAL LATE MODEL REPOSSESSION & OTHERS MR. COLEMAN , 228-746.•• '63 THUNDERBIRD, factory air, fully loaded. Must sell . C a II 935-1602. DICK ALBRITTON "FAMOUS FOR SLEAN CARS AND FAIR DEALS" Chrys--air .......... s 397 S24 mo. '61 Stude PU .......... S 698$42 mo. MERCURY ,60 ' • $690 '59 Mercury HT ....... $ 497 $30 mo. '58 Chev. 2 dr ....... $ 398$24 mo. Free One-Yea r MoNTCLAIR 4 -DooR HARD-Written Guaranty Fla. PONTIAcuy'l62 •• $1290 SAVE $1000.00 1965 Thunderbird Landau, air POWer equipped 949-1082. RAMBLER 4 dr. $120 cash. River Shore Motors, 7939 Fla. 1 CHEVY CONVERTffiLE. Beau tuul new Red finish with White :'t}f.hinJcJ}::!t cylinder motor, standard transmi.s.;on. Good bodY & tires. No cash needed, S4 week. SUN RAY MOTORS, INC. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 1865 FORD GALAXlE 500. 4 door .low mileage. Balance of factory 'arranty. $2395. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES $390 Florida Ave. Ph. T-BIRD 'ft CONVERTIBLE . Original White with Red interior. Factory fresh. Priced To Sell LIFETIME WARRANTY Best Auto Sales Florida Avr.. Ph. 237-3306 pen Daily 9-10 Sunday 12-8 1964 CORVAIR MONZA CONVERT I B L E. Automatic transmission, :Radio, heater, white side wall tires. $1595. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave. Ph. 935-1145 SERVICE man being transferred, must sell wile's car. '59 Olds 98 4 dr. Sed. Factory air. Power, im maculate cond. throughout. Ph. 835-7271. Dlr. 1963 CHEVROLET; 2--door, bard top, AC, R&H, perfect coodltlon. $100 equity and take over pay. ments. $1750 balance. 0 w n e r , 626-4867. PLEASURE CARS '65 CHEV. 55 4 on Fir. '65 MUSTANG Fastb. '281 ' '64 MONZA 4 Spd.. . . ... '64 TEMPEST 2-Dr. I cyl, '64 DODGE Dart 4 -Dr. '64 CHECKER 7 Pass. Sed. '64 CORVAIR Monza ... '64 FORD Fairlane 4-Dr • . '631h FALCON Hardtop '63 CORVAIII Monza 4P. '63 CHEV . 6 eYI •........ '63 CHEV. 2Dr •........ '62 PONTIAC Temp. 4Dr. '12 PLYM. oiDr . V ...... '62 CI-IEVY II 4-Dr •..... '62 F -85 Cutlass HT. '62 BUICK Special Sed •.. '62 TEMPEST Deluxe, AT. '61 MONZA 2Dr. , ol•sJ>d. '81 CORVAIR "500" cpe, '51 CI-IEV. 4Dr. l-IT •.... '60 CORVAIII 4-Dr. . .. '57 CHEV. Bel Air l-IT ... SPORTS CARS '114 AUST.HEALEY Sprite '64 MG Midget '64 MGB Roadster ..... . '64 'VETTE 4sJ>d. Conv. '64 'VETTE 4sJ>d. Fastb'k '63 ALFA ROMEO Spyder '63 TRIUMPH TR3 . '63 TR-4, wire wh'ls, Jt&H '62 MGA, wire wheel• '62 TR wire wh'ls. lt&H '61 LOTUS Rdstr. . '61 A . HEALEY, wire whlo. '61 SUNBEAM Alp. w. whl, '59 CORVETTE. Auto. . .. '59 AUST.HEALEY Sprit. '59 AUST.-HEALEY, 2 topo 15'9 JAGUAR XK50 "S" '5'4 CORVETTE. "Clusic" AIR CONDITIONED '65 FORD Conv. • ...... . '65 MONZA, Corsa, auto. ' 65 MUSTANG 4 sl>ftd .• '65 PONTIAC Qr. Prix '64 CADILLAC 2 -Dr. HT '64 FORD 2-Dr •......... BUICK Wildcat HT ... 163 RAMBLER Wag. 't90' '63 6\IICK Riviera ....•. 163 T-BIRD Lai'ldau '63 CHEV. 9-Pass. Wagon '63 BUICK Special 4-Dr •.. '61 TBIRD HardtGP '62 RAMBLER Amb. 4-Dr. '62 OLDS 91 4 -Dr. HT ... '62 VOLVO 1225 '62 CORVAIII Mon:aa 4 -Dr. 'S9 LINCOLN FOREIGN ECONOMY '64 vw 2-Dr. Sedan •••• '63 vw 2-Dr. Sedan ...•• '62 VW 2 Dt. sedan ..... '62 VOLVO 1225 A/C ..•• '82 vw "1500" 2Dr •..... '51 FIAT "2100" Sta. Wg. CONVERTIBLES '65 FORD Oalaxie 500 A/C '65 MONZA Corsa. '65 MUSTANG C289). Auto. '64 CHEV. 6 cyl •..•..... '64 CI-IEVELLE 55. ol-spd . '63 FALCON 6 cyl. 3 DODGE Dart A.T •... '62 MONZA Spyder 4-spd. STATION WAGONS '64 CI-IEVELLE 4 -Dr. A/C "64 RAMBLER 4-Dr •••... '83 VW Bus I pass. . .•.•. '83 FORD F/L 4Dr •..... '63 CHEV. 9 pass. Air C . '63 TEMPEST Deluxe '83 RAMBLER "990" A/C '62 FALCON Squire. A/C '80 COMET oiDr. • ..•. , . '80 CI-IEV. 4-Dr. . ...... . '61 COMET Do luxe ..... . '61 II'IAT "2100'• 4Dr, •. '57 CI-IEV. ''I" .........• 831-1581 2-DOOR. White finish with blue interior, POwer steerin&' & brakes, automatic, radio & heat er, low mileage, one owner, ex tra clean! A Solid City Block Of Good Clean Cars 1419-27 FLA. AVE. ONE BLOCK OFF EXPRESSWAY FLORIDA-JEFFERSON ST. EXIT Phone 229-0669 Closed Sunday VOLKSWAGEN S-A-L-E-! 100% GUAR., Sedans .r. Ghlas USED Sedans from . . . . . . . . . $495 USED Station Wagons from $495 NEW "1500" Sed. & Wags. LINDELL MOTORS, Inc. "Authorized VW Dealer'' 3900 W. KennedY Blvd. 877 IF YOU HAVE $50 -WE HAVE A CAR FOR YOU . We finance. No Interest or carrying charges. Mel's 2812 E. Hillsb. 236-1101. '57 Ford $289 JET Black 2 door hardtop. V -8 automatic, White side wail tires, radio too! Yours today for $5 down, $4 weeek. Open 9-10 dally. Superior Motors 4205 Florida Ave. Ph. 237 $5 DOWN PRESTIGE CARS For Quality• Conscious Owners '62 Mercedes Benz 190D Diesel 4 • Door Sedan. $1995 G .. )' finish. '62 Mercedes 8enz 190D Dies el 4 • Door S e d a n . Gr"n .$1995 f i nish ... '63 Mercedes Benz 1900 D i est 1, red finish, air cond., R&.H, 4 p e e d. ........ 52795 '63 Mercedes Benz 190D Diesel, air con d., 4-apeed .. Bucket $2895 seat.s, ete. . . . '64 M e r c • d e s Benz ........ $2895 '65 Mercedes Benz GAS 190, air cond., R&H. Demonstrator. Can be fGr tale. 3901 FLORIDA AVf . PH. 223-4902 l YIIAR WAIIIIANTY '65 Ford s2795 FA' IRLANE SOO 4 Door Sta• tion W a go n. Completely including fac-tory air conditioning, luggage rack, balance of new car warranty. '64 Chrysler s2195 NEWPORT 4Door. Automatic, radio and heater, power oteering and brakH. '62 Mere. CONVERTIBLE, Automatic, radio and heater, steering and brakes, gleaming yellow with white top and all vinYl interior. '63 Falcon oiDOOR. Automatic, radio and heater. '63 Chevy II s1295 2DOOII. Radio and heat.r. '63 Ford 4 • DOOR . Automatic, and heater. '63 Mere. 4DOOR BREEZEWAY . Automatic, heater, power steerina and brak•. Choics of 2. *COURTESY * CONFIDENCE *SERVICE "There b .'Yo Sub3titute for Service] 150 Automobiles For Sale '56 CHEVY V-ll STICK . Beautiful tutone Turquoise a. White finlsh, extra nice interior, excellent V-8 motor, standard transmission, good body & tires. No cub needed, $6.50 week. SUN RAY MOTORS, INC . 6300 Florlda Ave. Ph. 232-4891 TAKE over payments '60 P!ym. 2 Dr. HT Fury. V-8, AT, R&II , loaded . Tutone. Bal. $595 at $29 mo. No cash needed., no payment until December. Dlr. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229-2288, 224 1 Used Taxi Cabs + $295 + '61-'62-'63 STUDEBAKER LARKS NEW & used parts for Stude & Checker automobiles. Apply YELLOW CAB CO. 502 N. Oregon, Tampa WHOLESALE 1960 Falcon. Stick. Only $425 or Offer. 689-5088, 689-1752. BANK REPOSSESSIONS RECONDITIONED Free Five-Year Written Warranty NO DOWN PAYMENT NO PAYMENT 'TIL NOV. WITH QUALIFIED CREDIT '60 Olds ......... $ 699 bal. $42 mo. '58 Chevy ....... $ 387 bal. $24 mo. '61 Cadillac .. .. S1787 bal. ? ? mo. '57 Ford Wag .. $ 174 bal. S 9 mo. Chev. 4 /dr •.. $ 499 bal. $30 mo. '61 Plym 2 / d ht $ 793 bal. $44 mo. '63 Olds S /Fire $2178 bal. ? ? mo. '63 Comet S-22 .. $1281 bal. $59 mo. '59 Chev. HT ... S 691 bal. $44 mo. '60 Bulck Wag s 896 bal. $46 mo. 6 2 Buick-air $1691 bal. $62 mo. '64 Ford XL 500 $1997 bal. ? ? mo. '62 Olds-air .... Sl593 bal. $61 mo, '59 PJym V -8 ... S 359 bal. $19 mo. '63 Chev. Stk. . .$1298 bal. $61 mo. '60 Olds 4 dr. . . S 779 bal. $48 mo. '59 T-Bird-air S 951 baL $53 mo. '62 Chevy 327 $1131 bal. $5 3 mo. '60 Chev. 4 / d ht S 974 bal. $53 mo. '65 Mustang 2+2 $2398 bal. ? ? mo. '60 Mere. 2 / d ht $ 641 bal. $39 mo. '60 Chev. PU ... $ 887 bal. $48 mo. '60 Chev. Wag. S 889 bal. $49 mo. '61 Comet 4 dr. s 687 bal. 548 mo. '58 T-Bird 2 dr. $ 778 bal. $49 mo. '59 Olds HT . ... S 499 bal. 530 mo . '61 Monza 2 dr. $ 941 bal $49 mo. WILL ACCEPT TRADES-Dealer Stored at 2805 Fla. FINANCING ARRANGED OPEN 'TIL 9 PH. 229-2874 Cfl .-cf'"ll& c:t-t,JiiilSIIi Authorized Dealer '62 Pont. Bonneville Wag. on. Fae. air, full $1895 pwr. Very clean. '61 Cadillac Sedan de V ille. Fac. air. F u I I power. Alpine $1995 white, xclean '63 Cadillac Coupe. Fac air. Full power. Light blue 53295 xclean. . ...... . '62 C adillac Coupe. Fac. air. Full power. Alpine white $2595 xclean. . ...... . One-Year Warranty 408 N. Dale Mabry 111 E. Platt St. OHn Ev•. 221 150 Automobiles For Sale TAKE over payments '57 Ford. V-8, AT, Bal. $69 at S3 mo. Dlr. 2819 Fla. Ave. 229-2288, 224-8221 1964 FORD GALAXIE '500' 4-DOOR BEAUTIFUL aquamarine finish, V-8, >lUtomatic, radio & heater, power steering, whitewall tires. For a real buy in a fine car see or call JIM WEST FOSTER LINCOLN-MERCURY *DOWNTOWN* 1515 Fla. Ave. 229-9341 'Just Off Interstate 4' '55 PONTIAC .... $139 4 DOOR V-8 Std. trans .• heater. Good second car. '55 Willys 4-d.r. . .. $179 SIX cylinder. Standard trans. FELLOWS MOTOR Co. 1417 W . Kennedy Blvd. 253-5719 Ferman Never Fo olJ CASH IN on a "c:leanout" c:ompac:t ••• OK and ready to GO! '63 FALCON Sprint 2 -Dr. HT VS Radio, htr. auto. $1595 trans ........... . ' 64 CORVAIR Convertible ltadio htr,, au.... , S 1795 ' 62 OLDS F Jetfire 2 -Dr. HT. RadiG , 51595 '62 BUICK Skylark 2 -Dr. l-IT . Radio, htr., auto. trans., $1595 power steer. WSW '64 CORVAIR Monza Coupe. Radio, htr., 3 -S""ed trans. $1695 WSW. Red! .... '63 VOLKSWAGEN 2-Door. Extra $1395 Clean! ..... , .... Open Daily I A . M . • I P . M . On Sat. 'til I Cloted Suoday FERMAN ::t'@ GALAXIE "500" 2 OR 4-DR. HARDTOPS Equipped w it h Cruise 0 • Matic trans., radio, heater, power steering , V-8 engine, WSW tirea, wide color selection. You can finance these premium cars for 48 months with 5500 down cash or trade e Quity and finance the balance of $2095 59.30 '66 PONTIACS Are Lower Than '65s! PACE PONTIAC Prices Start At Delivered In Tampa MAKE TRACKS TO PACE PONTIAC 1101 Florida Ave. I 50 Automeblles For Sale '64 CONTINENTAL CONVERTIBLE BEAUTIFUL Oxford grey with v..hlte top and fuU red leather in Come In and see America's most distinguished convertible offered at a very attractive figure. ALSO on display are four 1954 Continental s e d a n s, completely equipped and perfect i n every detaU. Contact REY VILLANUEVA FOSTER LINCOLN-MERCURY *DOWNTOWN * 1515 Fla. Ave. 229-9341 'Just Off Interstate 4' '63 STINGRAY Corvett fast back, factory air conditioning, 300 HP 4 speed. Call 839-1917 5 to 8 P.M. 1953 CHEVROLET bus, excellent condition, phone 253. '60 FALCON deluxe;good condi tion. $450, private. 3601 Belcher Drive. 833. PRIV AT:t;;. 1960 Cad lilac 4 door HT. Nice. clean. Sacrifice, nee d cash. $1295. 703 E . 131st Ave. '59 OODGE 4 DR. SEDAN. One owner. beauti!ul tutone Brown !in ish, SPOtless original interior, per fee! running econ omy 6 cylinder motor, automatic transmission. Good body & WW tires. No cash needed, $8 wee k . SUN RAY MOTORS, INC . 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 1964 CHEVELLE 4 DOOR SEDAN . Deluxe series. Automatic trans mission radio, heater. White with Red interior. $1595. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave. Ph. 935-1145 '62 Oldo I& 9-pass. Wagon '65 Chev. 2 D r . 53265 Super Sport. Loaded. ...••...• $1365 .... $765 ,60 Chev, $665 p>arkwood Wagon •.. ' 59 Pontiac s395 Star Chief , •• , , , , ••. '57 Chev. s395 St. Wagon •••• ••• ••. FREE 150 Automobiles For Sale 1959 FIAT 600, new battery, extra good motor, $150. 836-6542. '54 FORD Country sedan. 9 pass senger, low mileage. Factory air cond. Power steering & brakes, V-8, auto trans., R&H. Will trade for anything dn. payment & fi nance bal . Call HUTCH 877-5355 Dlr. ' 61 FALCON: S /shift. R&H, good tires. Baby Blue with matching inter. $595. 83 5 -7271. Dl:::.r:..... -:-:----==-= '59 CHEVY 2 Dr. 6cyl stk $399. No cash needed, $5 wk. Dlr. 6300 Florida Ave. Ph. 232-4891 S-22 '63 COMET. 4 on the floor. Red bu cket seats, orig. White exter. One Owner 2-DOOR Hardtop. Full POWer, tory air. Runs A-1 . ONE DOLLAR DOWN Best Terms In Town "Short Profit Hale" 2808 W. Kennedy Blvd. 877-1352 Best Auto Sales 1963 T-BIRD COUPE. With factory 4830 Florida Ave. Open Daily 9-10 Ph. 237 -3306 Sunday 12-8 '59 STUDE. 4-dr ... $299 6 CYLINDER, std. trans. R&H. '59 OLDS 2-dr . . . . $499 HARDTOP, A/Tr. R&H. Runs good '58 FORD V -8 ..... $349 4 DOOR, A/Trans. R&H. Good condition . FELLO WS MOTOR Co. 1417 W. Kennedy B lv d. 2.53 '63 T-BIRD, WlllTE, LOADED. PRIVATE. 1 OWNER $2500. MR. ANDERSON, 253-6008. METROPOLITAN, 1959, 21,000 miles $395 by owner. 812-8283. ish with Red leather interior. $2495. TOM WOLFE AUTO SALES 9390 Florida Ave. Ph. 1965 T-BIRD HARDTOP, dark blue with all white leather interior, FACTORY AIR CONDIT IONED, POwer steer ing & brakes, elec. windows & seat. radio., heater, flasher system, automatic trans, premium WSW tires. Local one owner low mileage beauty. 2,800 actual miles. Full Ph. m-3323. MASSEY MOTORS 1801 FLORIDA AVE. CCor. Florida and Oak) '65 MUSTANG H.T •....•..••••. $2195 Radio & heater, '3 speed, 10,059 miles. Bal. of 24,000 mi. warranty. '64 PO LARA 4-DR. HT •..•..•.... $2295 Loaded inc. factory air. Balance of 50, 000 mi. warranty. '64 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN ....•• $1495 Radio & heater, factory air. A baby doll! '62 DODGE 4-DR. HDTP ......... $1095 R & H , autom. , V-8, P . S . One ow ner, extra sharp! '60 OLDS HARDTOP ........... $ 795 4 -Dr. '38', R&H , autom., P . S , &. P . B . 909 N. DALE MABRY CCor. Dale Mabry and Cypress) '63 RAMBLER H.T •......•....•.. $1295 R&H , overdrive, bucket seats w/consote, 17,000 mi. A little jewell CHEV. IMPALA ............ $1695 4-Dr. HT. V-8, R&H , autom., P . S., white w/red interior, 21,000 mi. Extra spccfa.ll '63 STUDE. LARK ............... $ 995 4Dr. Real sharp, w/ice cold air! T-BIRD Hardtop .....•.....•. $1695 Every possible extra inc. factory air. Absolutely the c leanest one in tho state! '60 RAMBLER Waqon ......••.•. $ 695 4-Dr. Cross C ountry, R&H. Real, real eleanl Shop Both Lo;ations! 1801 Florida Ave. 909 N . Dale Mabry Phone 229 Phone 229-2671 6 c:yl,, standard trans., radio heater, power top, WSW tires, wheel covers. '64 GMC 5000 ............ $3495 Tandem, 24-ft. open top body, lift gale, air brakes. '62 VOLKSWAGEN 2-DOOR $.849 Fo r the economy-minded. You can ateal this one! '63 FORD ECONOLINE VAN $ 922 6 cyl., .tandard tran1mission. '57 MERCURY 4-DOOR •••. $ 322 HARDTOP. Radio & heater, V-8, automatic, power ateering & brakes. 3401 FLORIDA AVE. '63 CHEVROLET .••..••..•. $1397 BEL AIR 4-DOOR. Tutone, 6-cyl., standard trans., radio & heater, WSW tirH. CLOSE OUT. '64 CORVAIR MONZA $1398 COUPE. 4-s...,.d, radi o & heater, WSW tires, wheel rings. Better '63 FORD F100 PICKUP ••• . $1088 Dark green, ready to workl CHEVY II NOVA ...... $1183 2 DOOR HDTP. 6 cyl., automatic, radio & heater, WSW tires. All it needs is a home. '63 FORD GALAXIE '500' •. $1697 4DOOR. Tutone, VS, oower steering & brakes, Cruise-O Mati c, power seats & win• dows, radio & heater, factory air condi-",., . . .. , . . , -,.• tioned .. NOTHING TO BUY! COME IN AND REGISTER FOR WFLA RADIO' S WORLD SERIES SWEEPSTAKESI '65 IMPALAS '65 GALAXIE SOO's FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED HARDTOPS Equipped with VB engine, automatic: transmission, radia , heater, power steering, tinted glass, beautiful c:olors. Bought and driven loc:ally. Law mileage. Balance of manufa;. turvr's warranty. * * * NOTHING DOWN e 48 MONTH BANK FINANCING '65 TBird. A ll extras. Fact. air. Choice of 2. Show-.•••••..• 54195 '65 Ramblert. Factory air cond 660 Classic 4 Dro. FluhOMati c trana., radio, '2395 1ng, recllntng seats '65 Ford XL 500 2 Dr. l-Iard • tops, Full power, Cruite 0 -Matics and fact, air. R&H. _of__ ..•.....•. 53095 '65 Chev. B/A 4-Dr. 6 or a eyl. Powerglide, power ateer., R&l-l, $2395 One only ......... . '65 Pontiac Catalina 4-Dr. Powe r steer ing and braket, R&H , fact. .. 13095 '65 Olds 4 • Door. l-lardtop. R&.H, power steering 6. fac. air, tint. s3295 WJndows , Now ...... '65 M o n z a Coupe. Auto. trans., radio. '2095 heater. Compare at '65 F G r d Country Squire. 10 pass. wag. "'"FordO Matic, PS., PB., ft. & H. Very low m ileage. $3095 Only ••.••........ '65 Mustang Hardtops. v-a eng., automatic trans., radio and heaters, pow • r steering, tinted glass, white sidewall tires and teat belts. $2495 Choice of colors WE GUARANTEE the bal ance of the marfufacturer' s 24, 000 mile or 24 months warranty wi II be tranl• •erred to youl And will bo honored by any LEGITJ. MATE franchised dealer. '64 Impala HTs. V-8 en g i n e, Powerglide, power steering, radio and heater, tinted glass, seat belts. With factory air slightly $1995 higher ......... . '64 Chevy 11 Nova oi.Dr. Radio, heater, automat-ic trans. and $1695 factory air ....... . '64 Falcon Deluxe Station Wagon 4-Dr. Automati c trans., radio and '1795 heater. Only . . . .. '64 Gi a laxie 500 Hardtop. Fact. air cond .. $1795 V-8, AT, R&H , PS, '64 Rambler 4-Door. Auto, trans., r a d i o, heater. America's favorite economy fo_r_ ............ 51495 '64 Converti bl e . ChGice of colors. Florida favorites, Ford Galaxie SOO't and Chevy Jmpalao w ith v a eng., auto. trans., r a d i o, heater, ........... '63 L I n co I n Continental. Fully eqpt. Factory air. Drives and rides like dream. One o":ner, whole• $2195 tale proce-Just ... '63 Rambler oiDr. Classicfor economical trant• portation. This io $895 tho one and only .. '63 Chevy II Nova 4-Dr. Radio, heater, automat• ie trans. $1295 One only at ...... . '63 Chev. Impala Convert iblfl. v .. a , automatic trans.,_ radio, heat-$1795 er. Avts car, on IS' '63 Fairlane SQuire 4-Dr. Station Wag. V-8, A/T, radio and heater, PS and PB, . '61 Cadillac Sedan d e V ille. FullY equipped, factory .... 0 0 •••••• $1895 TOE TAMPA TIMES , Monday, October 11, 1965 If you have been turned down before trv us -we I have our own Credi t Manager PARTIAL INVENTORY Gr. Prix. Air (2) '65 Bonn. 4-Dr. HT. Air '6.5 Catalina 4-Dr. HT. Air '65 MustanC) 2 + 2 '65 Chev . Bis;ayne 4-Dr. ' 65 Ford Gal. 500 XL '65 Chev. Imp. 4-Dr . HT Air (10) '65 Cadillac Coupe . Air ' 65 TBird . Air '65 Corvette Conv. A/C '65 Cant. 4-Dr. 'HT. Air '65 Chev. Imp . Cpe. Air 5 in sto;k. '65 MustanCJs. Air ' 65 Corvair Conv. '65 Ford 500 XL. Air 2Dr. Hardtop '65 Corvair 4-Dr. HT ' 65 Seouts C15) new I '64 Chevy II (3) 1 '64 Olds 88 4-Dr . HT I '64 VW 1500 Series Sdn . I 1 '64 Chev. Bel Air. Air I '64 Buic:k 9Pass. Wa9. I Air I 1 '64 Rambler Sta. Wag. I '64 Monza Spyder I '64 Chev . Super S,orts I 1 (Air) (3) I '64 Austin Healey I '64 Seout P l ekup I 1 ' 64 Chev. 4-Dr. HT. Air I (101 1'64 Ford 4-Dr. HT. Air I 1'64 Chev. Conv . Air I ' 64 Imperial croI I Conv. Air I ' 64 Chev . 2-Dr. HT. Air I c1o> I I '64 Ford 4-Dr. 'HT. Air I '64 Chev. S .W. Air 1 '64 Falcons I '64 Dod9e Dart I n I (,63 Monza ConY. C31 I '63 Ford Falrlane Cpe. I 1 '63 Buic:k Spec ia l I '63 Corvair Van I '63 Buick Riviera 12). Air I I '63 T Bird . Air C3 I I I ' 63 Chev. S.W . Air 1 ' 63 Chev. 2-Dr . HT (2) I ' 63 Chev. 4-Dr. HT I ' 63 Ford 2-Dr. HT 121 I I '63 Ford Conv . Air (2) I '63 Impala 4D r. HT. Air 1 '63 Corvette Stingray I ' 63 Chev . Super Sport I Air I Bui ck Skylark '63 Nova Sta. WaC). Air I '63 Eng. Ford Consul I I ' 63 Mercury Wag. Air Colony Park '63 Rambler 4-Dr . '63 Line. Cont. 4-Dr. HT Air '63 CheYy II 4-Dr. '63 Faleon 4-Dr. '63 Corvair Monzo Cpe. '63. Olds 4-Dr. '62 Cbev. Pickup • 62 Dodl)e Lancer '62 Bonnev ille 4-Dr. HT. Air '62 Hillman Sedan '62 Olds F-B5 HT ' 62 VW Panet I ' 62 LlneoiR Cont. 1 ' 62 Ford 2Dr . HT I '62 Ford 2 & 4-Dr. Air '62 TBird C21. Air I '62 Corvalr C2) '62 Ford XL I ' 62 Falcon 2 & 4Dr. (4) I '62 Olds Sedan (2) I '62 Corvalr Manzo ' 62 Olds Starfire . Air 1 Canvt. '62 Chev. 2 & 4Dr. HT I (2) Air '62 Chev. 2 & 4Dr . Sed. 1'61 Faeia VeCJa Conv. I '61 Buic:k Elec:tra. Air '61 Falcon 1 '61 Seout, 4wheel dr. '61 Plymouth 1 '61 Renault Caravelle HT '60 Chevrolet 2 lc 4-Dr, I '60 Cadillac . Air '60 Corvette I '60 Chev. 2-Dr. HT I '60 TR3 '60 Chevrolet Sedan 1 '60 Corvair '60 Iuick 4-Dr. HT I '59 Corvette Conv. 4-Sp. '59 Alfa Romeo $895 I '59 Cadillac 2-Dr. HT I '59 Mercedes Benz Diesel '58 Corvette 1'57 T-Bird '55 T-Bird I I I I I I I National Auto 1 Supermarket 1 1711 E. Hillsboro 1 Ph. 237-3323 1 -----OCTOBER DISCOUNT SALE WILLIAMS BROS. '65 Chrys. New Yorker. Full power & fact. air cond. Loaded . Bal. new s3399 c:ar warranty .. Save! '62 Buick LoSabro 4-Door Hardtop. Full power, ra..... 51599 '63 Pontiac Grand Prix Cpe. Hardtop. Full power & fact. air cond. $2399 O ne owner! . , ..... '64 . C:orva i r Monza Coupe, ...... $1599 '60 Buick Electra 4-Door Hardtop. Full 511199 power, R&H , WSW. il' I '65 Pontiac HardtoP. Full power, R&H. Bal. new car war-$2899 ranty .. '64 Chev. Impala Hardtop. PG, V 8, PS, R&H, WSW. B al . new $2199 car warranty. . ... '63 Ford Galaxi e '500' Conv. Coupe. Full power, fact. a i r cond., V-8, R&H, $1799 WSW. One owner! . . '61 Cadillac Conv. Coupe. Full power & hct. air con d . Loaded. $1899 O ne owner. . ..... '64 Olds F Cutlass Coupe. Fufl power, a i r cond., bucket seats. . . 52399 loaded! '62 Buick Electra 225 4-Dr. Hardtop. Full power & fact. a i r cond. $1899 One owner! .... . . '65 Mustang Co upe Hard top. Power 1teering, J. speed trans., R&H, WSW. Bal. new car $2299 warranty! ...... . . '63 Ford Galaxie 4-Door Hardtop '500' . Full power, V-8, fact. air $1199 cond., R&H , WSW. '64 Rambler 770 Cpe. Hard top. Full power, fact. air cond., R&H, WSW. Bal. new car $1999 warranty! '60 Olds •as• 4-Door. Full WSW . . $899 '62 Corvai r 4-Door. 5899 Fact. equipped! '64 Pontiac Grand PrixFull power, fActory air cond. Loaded. Bal. '2799 new car warranty! '63 Corvairs. Coupes and $1199 '65 Ford '500' CountrY Se dan. Full power, v.a , R&H, WSW. Bal •.. $2499 new car warrantyt '62 Tempesi Lamans Cou pe. Fully s999 equipped! .••...•. '62 Chev. Impala Conv. Coupe. PG, Y, PS, $1699 '63 Dodge Po lara 4-Doo r Hardtop. Full power, V-8, fact. cond. $1199 O ne owner. . . ... '65 Chev. Impal a l-lardtops. PG , V 8, P5, R&H , WSW, Bal. $2599 new car warranty! ' '65 Buick Converti b l e s...,. c ial. Dynaffow, PS, R&H , WSW. B a l. $2499 new ear warranty! '62 Olds Holiday 4-Door Hardtop, Full radi o & heater, $1499 WSW ......... ... . '61 Chev. Impala 4 Door Hardtop. PG, $1199 R&H , WSW, ..... . '64 Cadillacs. Lo w mileage, one owner automobile-s, Loaded. Choice of color. Bal. new car s4399 warran!Y! ....... . '61 T-Bird Conv. Cpe. F ull power & fact. 51599 air cond. Loaded . . '65 Olds Delta 88 Coupe Hardtop. F u I I power, fact, air cond., R&H , WSW. Ba l. new $3599 car warranty! ... '62 Buick LeSabre Coupe H a r d to p, Dynaflo w , R&H, WSW. $1499 One owner! .... . . '62 wa:g g equipped! , . . . . . . . . . 9 '64 Chev. Impala S uper Sport COupe Hardtop. PG, V-8, PS, PB, R&H, bucket seats, fact. air cond .. $2499 WSW. Loaded! .... '63 Buick Electra 225 4 Door. Full power, radio ... 11999 '65 Po n t iac Bonneville 4 .. Dr. Hardtop. Full power, fact. air cond. B a l. $3699 new car warranty! '60 P ontiac Bonnevill e Sta. W a g o n. Full power, radio & heater, $1199 WSW •............ '63 Chev, Impala Coupes, Hardtops & Conv' s . PG , V -8 , PS, $1899 R&H , WSW! ..... . '64 '1399 Fact. equ• p , '61 Chev, Impala Station . F ull y $1199 eqUIPPed. . . • • • • '63 Volkswagen Sedan. Fact. $1199 equipped! ........ . '65 Ford '500' Sport Cou...,. Full power, PS, R&H, WSW, bucket seats. Bal. now $2399 car warranty! .•.


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