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University Of South Fl orida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Maybe Clear to partly cloudy with scattered afternoon and e v e n in g showers through Tuesday. Variable winds 7-17 m.p.h. High to• day 91. Low tonight 75. SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 143 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 23, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS 'Hamlet' Begins Five Night Stand Tomorrow Evenin 1Woodall Portrays Difficult Role of Gloomy Dane By MARIE LESIAK The Peninsular Players production of " Hamlet" opens tomorrow night for a five-night run, at the University Theatre. James Woodall as Hamlet heads a cast of 50 under the direction of John Caldwell, associate professor of theater arts. Woodall, Terence Tessem and John Seitz are appearing professionally in the cast. Known for his minor roles in The Tampa Community Theatre, Woodall first starred as "Brick" in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" in • j the Tampa Repertory Theater. Woodall Off-Broadway ' In New York, Woodall apCampus peared in the off-Broadway productions o f "Out o the N t• Dead Land" and "The Empty I 0 Ices Handed Pipei." While a staff Items for Campus Notices and Otllactor in The School o Radio Television in New York, he did ADI070, not than 12 noon _the 100 b_oUrS Of Jive teleViSiOn prO• ' priOr to dale of publicadUCtiOnS. WORK-STUDY OPENINGS 1n ac After theater work in 'California, Woodall came to USF and various openings wher he has worked on three m ospital. Apply ln ADI070. UC Groups, Societies Have Full Agenda Tennis enthusiasts are elig ible for a tennis clinic to be conducted by the P .E. staff on Monday, July 23. There is no charge for the clinic, which be gins in the U.C. at 3:30. e . ENGINEERING OPENINGS-Work -llday party, to be Top Was $1,261 Average Should Climb Robert D . Whitaker, chemistry. let:R. PASTERNAK completed freshman level After Whaley completes the Mrs., Library Assistant, Libr.ary 224, held at Sllver Lake Country Six education majors totalled Miller said the average for Formerly of Tampa U. A d . . . d b th desJgns Maryon Moise wardClub on July 28 . a $6 .68 _ 0 for an average of ap. the current summer session WI.ll work on his doctorate at Rollins eciSwn was rna e Y e • . ' Janito r, Physical Plant 114, AD 1041, "Roman Banquet," sisters and t 1 $742 h DR. ADAMS, former faculty College last month. He has been group to form the society with robe m1stress, constructs the 3407 _29th st, Tampa 5, Fla., 244-5242. dates will enjoy swimming and the entire be less the period as most member at the University of an assi'stant professor at Rollins . . costumes from her own pat-Noblitt, Marlon J., Mrs .• Clerk nr. Pro d . group of 25 students on team students will have only 12 work t USF f a general orgamzatwn pattern. I terns curement 124, AD 2026, 8731 27th st., ancmg. Tampa, comes 0 rom since 1961 and was previously Th t . b h ' Tampa, Fla., 932. Potts, Dolly M., ----------assignments was $ 893 each. The weeks to 16 and 17 Shimer College, Mount Carroll, a graduate fellow at the Univer-ey an ICipate ranc mg out "Making the pattern is usu-Mrs.. nos Neptune street .. Shapiro, Dal"ly for the sprmg semester On Ill F 1955 t 1961 he Was On . d t ' 1 . Janice L., Clerk II, Umversrty Book top figure earned by any one . . . . ce rom o s1ty of Alabama. a_n a na wna ally harder t h an sewmg the store 284, uc 102, 308 w. curtis, Tam student was $ 1 , 261. the Umvers1ty 1s. on _the tnme_s-t!IC faculty of Queen Aliyyah DR. REASONER received the tlon which cannot be done until garment" explained Mrs. pa, Fla., 23J.6543 . . southers, Esther P., JULY 23, Miller said bot h the top fig-ter program, wh1ch It enters m I.Juilege, Baghdad, Iraq, and The Ed.D. degree from Teachers USF becomes accredited. Moise, a certain rna3:30 p.m. -Tennis Clinic, Tennis Ct. September, all w 0 r k periods American Univerdty of Beirut, College, Columbia University, Society requirements are not terial will not always give a 5, Fla., 243-6027. Tennyson, Patricia K., TUESDAY, JULY 2t• should run about the same, 17 Lebanon He leceived hi's PhD a d t USF f E l . d . d ff t" Secretary I, Procurement 124 , AD.2026, 1:20 p.m. "Meet The Author" 18 k n comes o rom ar certam as yet. A committee es1re e ec . 4111 Barcelona st.. Tampa 9, Fl a., Marjorie Stoneman Douglas, UC264-:i. or wee s, and the average degree from the University of ham College, Richmond, Ind. was appointed to work out de-She 1 .1lustratcd thl's by s hO\" 836-3941. Thompson, John H., Grounds 3 p.m.-Student Association conferArnade To D"lre""f should climb back to what it Chicago He wa f .1 . t t . . . '' man II, Phys1cal Plant 114, AD 1041, ence on Registration, UC264-5. . th f 11 f 196 S 1 d s 7( an. ms rue or tails for a meetmg m the fall, ing a sleeve from a courtier's 12737 Florida Avenue, Tampa 12. Jo'la., 8:30 p.m.-Play, "Ham let", TAT. was m e a o 1. DR. ANDER ON compete at Columbia Umvers1ty. after classes begin. The criteria costume. The cuff of the sleeve None. Turner , Wilda A ., Clerk I. Fine WEDNESDAY, JULY 25. Peace Corps Group work on his doctorate in mar-DR. WHITAKER_ is a native used by national organizations resembled the elbow of a pipe Rt. 2, Box 1160, 12 p . m.-Sport Shorts, "Beyond the keting, economics and geog-o Tampa d d hi PhD u b bl Andes." uci67" 8 Dr. Charles Arnade, associate The Tampa Times raphy at the Unlversity of Iowa . an rec_eive s . . WI pro a y be adopted for joint. 1:20 p.m.-Bridge Lessons. UCI08. f degree m chem1stry and methe USF society "I'll b t . One Man Show 8:30 p.m.-Play, "Hamlet," TAT. pro essor of history, left last University or South Florida. last month. lie comes to USF chanica! engineering from th e you never saw a • THURSDAY, JULY c!6, week for Arizona State UniverEdllor ... .. stewart from the University of North U . . . . . . e Students selected to serve on sleeve quite like this one," she A collection from the works 1:20 p.m.-Jazz Festival, UC264. sity, for more work with Peace E Dakota, where he was assistant mversity of Flonda 1n 1959 the committee are: Mary Taylor, chuckled. of Harrison W. Covington, as7 p.m. -Student Dance itY of Michigan this summer. CB 202 oo ................. CH 202 OA 451 01 ................. uc 213 He received his master's' degree ::::::::::::::::: i8i PY 301 01 ....... ......... LS 262 1 SO 211 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. LS 179 n music from the University of 9::10-11:20 a.m. p.m. Michigan and has been a teachm gf .:....::::::::::: ED 207 01 ................. CH 204 ED 317 01 .. .. . .. .. .. • • .. .. CH 203 Bright Costumes Whereas the sets are domin antly green, the costumes are bright hues. The royal family's attire is accented with silver. With the costumes playing such an important part, Mrs. Moise's work day begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 11 p . m. Aiding her in costuming the show is Barbara Ellison, student assist ant, along with a fluctuating group of volunteers. Needing such props as a bird cage, a skull and a mace, the company is borrowing and constructing unusual props. For the mace or king's staff, Cald well improvised with a spray can lid, a chair leg, and other scroungeable items. Skull Kit Since a skull, which is both fragile and expensive, is needed for the grave scene, the prop boys made a skull from a model skull kit. Each night, before it is tossed ou t of the grave by the gravedigger, the skull must be properly soiled for effect. In addition to props and cos tumes, Prof. Whaley has con structed three wagons which will dominate the settings. These w.agons with their arches and buttresses can be rolled into place with a minimum of effort giving fluidity to the many scenes. , Reservations are taken at the Teaching Auditorium t i c k e t booth from 1p.m.-5 p.m. week days. Curtain time is 8:30 o'clock each night, with a mat inee performance scheduled for Friday, July 27, at 3:15 p.m. Tickets are $2 public; $1 staff and 50 cents, students. • -

I THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, .July . 23, 1962 TWIRLING CORPS ROYALTY Seated on their throne are the royalty of the University of Tampa twirling corps: King Nelson Anthony and Queen Sylvia Strickland in the rear, and Prince Frank Stead and Princess Linda Lee Davis in front. Deaths MRS. INDIA E . ANDREWS Mrs. Virginia Hains, Rochester, Mrs. India E. Andrews, 81, of N.Y.; two great-grandchildren 1!251 Bayshore Drive, Treasure and a brother, James Yancer, Island, died Saturday in an Or-Perry, N.Y. lando hospital. A native of AtMRS. ANNA EVA CHIO Janta, Ga., she had lived 10 . Treasure Island for six years. Mrs. Eva. Chio, .?2 •. of She is survived by four daugh-2615 <::Ja!k St., died F 1 day ters, Mrs. Marie Borrup of Tamnig!tt m a Tampa hosp.Ital. A pa; Mrs. Frank Heldman of Tamnative of OhiO, she pa; Mrs. Harold F. Bower of St. had been a res1deot of Tampa Petersburg and Mrs. Donald J. for the past 23 years .. survivors Orr of St. Petersburg; five include .one son , Cha1les C . of grandchildren and 21 great-Orlando, three daughters, Mrs. grandchildren. E .. R. Polk and Mrs. Rodnquez, both of Tampa and Mrs. MRS. LENA COKER W. J. Mondello of Dade City, Mrs. Lena River Coker, 80, of two brothers, Frank and Clar-4108 Branch Ave., died Sunday ence, both of Fremont, Ohio; 15 in a Tampa hospital. A native ch!ldren and one great-grandof Stroud, Ala., Mrs. Coker had child. resided In Tampa 52 years and MRS. ESSIE C. CARTER was a of the Buffalo Mrs. Essie c. Carter, 76 , or Avenue Baptist Church. SurLithia. died yesterday morning vtvors are three sons, Horace Jn a Tampa hospital. A native C . and H. J. Coker, Tampa, and of Hahira, Ga. , she has lived H. B. Coker, Dallas, Tex.; three in the Lithia area since 1926. daughters, Mrs. A. J. Strange, Mrs. Carter was a charter memPalatka; Mrs. T. B. Wingate, ber of the Little Union Pr•imi Ludowici, Ga., and Mrs. B. D. tive Baptist Church of Picnic. Vaughn. Tampa; 17 Survivors include a son, E. D . dren and 30 great-grandch1lCarter, Tavernier, Fla.; four dren. daughters, Mrs. Gladys Well;,, ANNIE LEE FREEMAN Reno. Nev., Mrs. Je\vell Futch. PLANT CITY (SpeclalJ-Mrs. St. Petersburg, Mrs. Mtldred Annie Lee Bell Freeman, 72 , Docobo. Tampa and Helen of 805 East Alsobrook St., and Womack, Warner Robms, Ga. ; resident of Plant City for the thirteen and ftw last years died in a local g r e a t-grandchtl?t en, a sister, 'ct 1 M Mrs. Less J e Stmmons and hospital Satur ay rs. brother, Cauley Fender, both oi Freeman was a native of Buena Adele Ga Gil.. and • of ' 1hc Southside Baptist Church S k h and had served In 'church ac-toe XC ange tivities for many years. Mrs. d II Freeman is survived by two Hea Ca 5 daughters, Mrs. J . G. Williams and Mrs. J. H. Kelly III, both For Tax Cut of St. Petersburg; three sons, William Freeman, Miami; R. A. WASHINGTON, July 23 WPD Freeman, Plant City, and W. D. Keith Funston, president of the Freeman, Lake I and; New York Stock Exchange, has brother, A. P. Bell, .Ph e 11 1 x joined In the call for an Income City, Ala.; 13 grandchtldren and . eight great-grandchildren. tax cut. He said It would reVIOLA PARDINGTON store business confidence and Mrs. Viola D. Pardington, 85 , provide investment funds. of 14001 Florida Ave., died yes-But Funston said yesterday terday morning in a Tampa hos-that it would be unwise to con pita!. A native of Madrid, N .Y., sider any kind of tax cut unless she had Jived in Tampa for the Congress and the administration past eight years. Survivors Infirst give some evidence that elude a daughter, Mrs. Blanche steps will be taken to cut the J(ohn, Tampa; a granddaughter, rate of federal spending. The stock market president Funeral Not.ICeS urged sharp reduction in cor-porate and h i g h-1 n c o m e tax ,.NDREWS. MRS. INDIA E.-Funeral brackets. He said low-income services !or Mrs. India E. Andrews. taxpayers also would have to be .. included "to convince the elec held Tuesdab afternoon at two o'clock t01ate you are being fair to J. them." S't1_lh President e n !L e d y is ex Interment will follow at Myrlle Hlll pected ta dec1de Within the next month ':l'hether to ask Orr Sr., Harold F. Bower, Maurice for an InCOme tax cut thiS year Rose and John Fitzgibbons. in an effort t o i nfuse new ()OKER, MRS. Lli:NA RIVER-Fune ral Vigor into the economy. acrvlces lor Mr., Lena River Coker, Sentiment in Congress t's diage of 4108"'-"Branch Ave.. who vided on whether taxes should at 4,oo o'clock rrom the Chapel o be cut now. The House Ways the F. T. Blount co. Funeral Home and Means Committee bas been with Rev. Harold Bowe, pastor or quietly lining up witnesses to testify on the Issue and may Grandsons wW serve start hearings this week. Funston, in a radio-television I>AVIDSON, UMES GILBERT -Fu interview with Sen. Kenneth B . J62a Keating , R-N.Y., proposed that cent or Tampa !or eight years, who the corporate tax rate be cut 52 to 47 per cent to re-at Marsicano Funeral Home, 4040 heve what he called a squeeze ' on business profits. No. 4321 and Gul Coast Barracks No. 17. He is !urvlved b)' his wile, G Ch l\!rs. Hester M. Davidson, Tampa; a roup arges •tep-daughter, Mrs. Helen D. Yount .or Chlca1o, Ill.: step-son.. John R. M • h p 1• . U n I C ICe Ohio, and WUlard G . Davidson of w h B I" Rockford. m. On Tuesday. Mr. It ruta lty Davidson wW be sent to Charleston, MUNICH, Germany, July 23 menl In lllounds Cemetery. FAMILY WPD-The Local Committee for BE the Ptotection of Civil Rights _::=:..:.:::.::..._;:::==-::..:__ ____ said yesterday it has filed 13 J'ARDlNGTON, MRS. VIOLA D.-Fu suits city off!cia]s in neral servlcea for l\lrs. VIola D. connectiOn with riots lD which American television star James ten o'clock at the B. Marlon Reed Garner and others allegedly were mistreated by police. rector of St. John' s Epiacoral Church. The actions charge that sev o!liclaUng. Interment wll follow In era! persons were beaten or in-Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. . suited by poll.:!e sent to dis--=HE=Rc:Bc:E:::Rc:T:--::s-. -----,Fu=-n-er-.:11 perse crowds listen! ng to street IH!tvlces' lor Herbert s. Phillips, 9n. singers In the artists' quarter , of Schwabing earlier this month. . the Hycle Park MethOdist Church wlth Garner and two u . s . embassy employes previously charl!ed the , Memorial Park with Kntahlli of Munich pollee Wlth actmg in th.!ufr•;:; a brutal manner. They were Matt O'Brien, John Himes. c. c. not Involved In the suits filed by the committee. Charles Reave1 , and Nell McMullen. r-------------. the Hillsborouch County Bar Associ& ttons. The family requests that, in ]leu of floral donations be made through 'the Hyde Park Method jst Churc h to a law scholar ship fund. Arrangements b Y B . 1\'Iarton Reed Funeral Home, JN MEI'tfORIAM-Jn Loving Memory of our dear dauchter and sister Juanita .Myra Lopez who passed eyes shed many a tear. God alone knows how we miss y ou, as thJs ends the first sad and lonely year. Jo'aJ.her. l\lolher I. Slslen. • ' s A L E TYREE'S FISCAL YEAR ENDED JULY ht, .1962. FINAL INVENTORIES WERE TAKEN ... WE FOUND HUNDREDS OF ITEMS UNCRATED-MANY REPOSSESSIONSLOTS OF FLOOR SAMPLES-ALL . Tt!ESE ITEMS MUST BE MOVED TO MAKE ROOM ON OUR SALES FLOOR , AND IN OUR WAREHOUSES FOR THE EARLY '63 ELECTRONICS LINES , MANY OF THESE ITEMS ARE IN LIMITED QUANTITIES SOME WE STILL HAVE PLENTY YOU'Ll FIND SAVINGS AS MUCH AS 70% ON SOME ITEMS CLEARANCE PRICES ARE WITH TRADE IN MOST CASES. SHOP NOW -TODAY AND YOU'LL SAVE' ... . ' ' . @ Whirlpool Admiral REFRIGERATOR FREEZER COMBINATION Westinghouse REFRICERATOR FREEZER 14.3 CUBIC FEET NO DEFROSTING DELUXE FEATURES BUDGET PRICED AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING REFRIGERATOR PLUS 149 LB. 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r SURPRISE FOR TEMPLE TERRACE AREA THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday , July 23, 1962 5 ADVERTISEMENT Helps You Overcome New County Dump Angers Nearby Residents FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be a,nnoyed or teeiilla,t • ease because or loos e, wobbly false teeth. FASTEETH, an Improved alka• line (non-a,cld) powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they tee! more com!ortable.Avold embu ra.ssment caused b y loose plates. Get l"ASTEE'I'H s.t an drUg counter. Residents ln the of,not know the abandoned to begin dumping trash and gara dike between the dumping "Whatever they do, they are I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Morris land had heard a couple of the n.ew dumpmg Site at Road Department barrow p1t bage there this week. Mosquito area and the river to prevent going to do regardless of our said they "don't like" a dump others in the neighborhood pro-Morns Bndge Road and Fowto _be used as a control crews are erecting a seepage. He said the city has complaints." she sa id. building up near them either test ing about it. ler Avenue weren't very happy s1te until they read about 1t m . today at the prospect of living I the newspapers last week. fence around the s1te. several low areas which are close to a dump . Dan Gorman of the mosquito He said the dump will be under study for a dump site, Most of them said they did control division said plans are used by Temple Terrace and including city and private prop sever a 1 franchised garbage erty. collectors from Zephyrhills to The first obstacle to providTampa. ing a dump within the city is ••• • ........ ........ . ..... ........ • • • MONTGOMERY WARD Plenty of FREE Parking Commenting on reports that the initial cost the crty would county health department saniface in excavation for a pit and 1701 N. DALE MABRY-877-6161 tation officers had been invited m purchase of a bulldozer to to look over some possible sites maintain the daily covering of for Temple Terrace to use for city garbage. Moses gar dumping within its corporate and trash collected m the limits near the Hillsborough c1ty amounts :to about 2,0 to 25 River, Gorman said he felt cerJ?e.r day. To dump 1ts own, tain the County Health Depart-an cost of about. $10, 000 ment would not approve dumpwas estimated by the c1ty man-Open Daily 10 A.M. Till 9 P:M. Except Sunday HELVEY WINS FRIENDS Friends Play Trick On T Mayor ing along the riverside swamps, ager. . if t.he city of Tampa complains Mrs. W, L. Bowers, who hyes of it. The river is Tampa's water near the new county dumpmg source. facility, said, "I don't like it, By VIRGINIA DAVIS their signatures .and the followCity Manager Frank B . Moses but _I don't have a leg to Times Staff Writer ing statement m fancy hand possibilities are being in on m because I m a Friends of Temple Terrace printing: vestigated into the feasibility ten.a;t, m year of Mayor George w. Fee saw a "To our mentor and of Temple_Terrace handling its t t 1 nt.l I 0d_ . Prof. Helvey : We, the parbc1own dumpmg on low areas not mg a ou 1 un 1 rea 1 m chance to hQve a little fun out pants of this second high school far from the river along River the newspaper 'l\hursday, If the cf sending him a front-page conference want you to know Hills Drive Sanitation officers county t h be homthe-. d f' • owners 1t must ave een e headliner recently. Up m the what _an msp1ratton an expen-rom the health department Miami • syndicate which owns western North Carolina mounence 1t has been. We are gratehave been out. to this place .. . . , . ful to President John S. Allen the area and g1ve an opm10n .. . . tams on vacation, Fee s fnends a n d beautiful University of the city manager can relay to AdJOI!"llg the dump Site, found a small town newspaper South Florida, as well as to the Temple Terrace Planning rrs •. Clifford twel rolling off fresh headlines feaNASA, NSF and tile U.S. Air Zoning. Commission and the turing tourist customers. Force , makmg the C1ty Counci l. said "Commissioner Nick. headlmes sa1d the same ence possible. we apprecl-The sanitary land fill probwas out and said there thmg _about each person merely a_te the outstandm_g contnbu-lem is on the agenda of the would be no flies or odor. ehangmg the name. tions. U. of Flonda Pr?f. D. planning and zoning commission We're depeUjling on what he What his friends sent the T. Lt. fci next Tuesday, and the situation said to me. lie said it would mayor declared in black bold and MaJt ;.mon lOP an is expected to be brought before be covered up. print: "George W. Fee Guns outs an mg spe ers. . the council Aug . V . "We'd rather the pit would! be Down Dangerous Dan . " m?st ?f all we recogmze The possibility of using an filled than vacant , and I expect Fee "gunned down" Dan C. t he outstand-area \across the Hillsborough it will bring the value of our Meyer in a run-off for mayor .mg effort With you have River on Florida Christian property down until they get it in June. conce1ved and dtrected the en-College property has met with filled. I don't much like the idea * * * tire venture. We s_hall return approval of college authori of saying we live next to a garb-Dr. T. Cha}'les Helvey won to the classrooms With ties, but County Health Deage dump. Mr. Nuccio said to himself a lot of friends and knowledge. an d partment officers frowned on call him if it became a nuis ad_mirers am on g. high. school made poss1b_le ,bY your mspirincluding garbage for such a ance." sc1ence teachers attendmg the mg leadership. fill, because the seepage Mrs. Ola Browning said she Aerospace Conference at the Someone penned an addition-might pollute Tampa's water knew nothing about the dump University of South Florida. al "God Bless You." The origsource, Moses said. until Thursday when she read To show a token of their apinal copy, carefully concealed Moses said he is suggesting about it. preciation for his efforts to in a cardboard c over, was present a well rounded program passed around for signing while on space development, all the the 140 teachers toured Cape teachers presented Helvey with Canaveral, The scroll was pre a photostated s c r o 11 bearing sented to the USF professor Opti-Mrs. Club Will Discuss Plans for Year and biophysicist at a little so cial event al Busch Gardens Friday night. . * • * Over at Patrick A 1 r Force Base , a i r m en are confused about the University of South Florida. Over the loudspeake1 By GLADYS YOUNGSTROM at the Officers Club WednesTimes Correspondent . day, aerospace conferees were The North. Tampa Bay Opbcalled the group from the "Uni Mrs . Club wtll meet at 8 p.m. versity of Southern Florida ." 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Except Sunday portant busmess meetmg at 8 p.m. Aug, 2 at the Community Center. All members must re port their contributions for the "Penny Social" to be held Aug. 16, final plans for which will be made at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leonard, 5605 Santa Monica Drive, are in Illinois where they will visit their daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs . Joseph Blaha in New Lenox and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McKinney in Broadview. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corbin and daughter, Jeannie , 4732 El dorado Driv e, will leave next week for a visit with their fam ilies in Columbus, Ohio. Sertomans To Hear Space Race Speaker Impact of America's race into space on the business world will highlight a talk by Hal Get tings of Dynatronics, Inc., Or lando, before the Tampa Ser toma Club at noon Tuesday. Gettings will speak on "How Missiles and Space Spending Enrich the Economy." 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6 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, July 23, 1962 'HAMLET' IN USF PRODUCTION • James Woodall has title role in Peninsula Players drama opening Tuesday. OPENS TOMORROW Peninsula Players. Will Offer 1Hamlet1 William Shakespcare's tragic players in production that will "Hamlet" opens in Tampa to-boast some of the most elab morrow evening at the Univer-orate sets yet seen on local thesHy o.f South Florida Theater. ater stages. Evening performances of the Some 60 costumes have been production by the Peninsular designed by Russell Whaley, Players will be at 8:30 Tuesday who did extensive research for through Saturday .. There will his sketches. Costumes ranging also be one matmee pcdor' . mance, Friday at 3:15 p.m. rich ro?es of .the pn_nc,e, John Caldwell, associate pro-to Simple garments of soldiers, fessor of theatre arts at USF. is have been made fo1: the produc directing a cast of community t10n by Maryon Mo1se, c .ostumer __ for the theater. ADVERTISEMENT Whaley, assistant professor ''CRYSTAL CLEAR EYES', of fine arts, also is responsi-ble for the sets, most lavish ever to be by the Peninsular Players. Use 20/20. The Professional Eye Medi c ation for relief of tlre'! .:,hearmg have the __ _..::. _____ _ it u se Coffee Club Will of an aid IS apt to make them Meet at MacDill more deaf. I meet h b this fa 1 8 e idea The Greater Tampa C am in han of Commerce Coffee Club Will in my meet Wednesday at the MacDill Officers Club for a briefing on f r 0 m the function of the base's new truth. An aid Tactical Air Command 'Ylngs. Jerry voye, Mgr. will keep eentral Stanton T . Smtth Jr. , s .. n on TV perception acute diviSIOn . commander for TAC and will improve interpretati on." units, Will and Coffee Early action when a hearing loss m spect a TAC is suspected is most effec tive. F84 fighter-bomber. . 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