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CANNON, Vivien, 68, Osprey, February 8 CUNNINGHAM, Hilda 29, Sarasota, February 7 KALSTONE, Louis, 75, Sarasota, February 8 McMAHON, Charles Sarasota, February 6 RENNINGER, Wayne, Pinecraft, Sarasota, Feburary 6 STARK, Eva 80, Sarasota, February 6 WALLACE, George, 70, Sarasota, February 8 FREELOVE, Raymond Bushnell, February 8 COAKLEY, Mrs. Minerva, 77, Crestline, Ohio, February 9 FISHER, John 75, North Carolina, Feburary 8 LUDWIG, Mrs. Marie 81, Evanstown, February 9 E. Crenshaw, who passed away early Friday morning in a local hospital, will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N. Armenia with Fr.

Alton J. Chapman, rector of the House of Prayer Episcopal Church, to officiate. Cremation will follow. The family has requested that "Flowers please be omitted and those who wish, may make donations to their favorite A native of Basseterre, St. Kitts, British West Indies, Mr.

Waith has resided in Tampa since 1920, serving 38 years with General Telephone Co. He was a member of the David Laird Chapter No. 39 Telephone Pioneers of America. Survivors include: a son, E. R.

Waith; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mildred C. Waith; both of Tampa; and a granddaughter, Miss Terry Waith, Atlanta, Ga. IN MEMORIAM In Loving Memory of Carlos Cano, who left us February 11, 1971. To your grave always wander, the flowers I place with care.

Darling no one knows the heartache as I turn and leave you there. God took you to his garden, he knew you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful, he only takes the best. Sadly missed by mother, father, sister, brother, wife and children. Revival ends tomorrow at Church of God DOVER- The Dover Church of God will hold the last two services of its revival tonight and 1 tomorrow night.

Leading the revival is the Rev. Gary Caruthers of Wimauma. He and his wife also sing specials during the services. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the church, located on Downing Street and at 7 p.m.

tomorrow. THE TAMPA TIMES, Saturday, 1 February 10, 1973. 7-A Deaths Hillsborough BARKER, Mrs. Mary 51, Plant City, February 8 BRADY, Mrs. Corinne, 3416 Gables Tampa, February 9 CELAYA, Mrs.

Tomasa, 97, 2519 Riverside Drive, Tampa CRONIN, Mrs. Regina Plant City, February LENTZ, Mrs. Elizabeth 81, 1512 Brandon Drive, Brandon, February: MATIIOLI, Frank Paul, 88, Plant City February 8 RAMBEAU, Edward 60, 3422 Tambay Tampa, February 9 BUZZARD, Wilbur 63, 48 Grand Tampa, Feb. 8 GARRETT, K. 66, 3911 North Tampa, Feb.

8 HUGGINS, Ada Leota, BASS Funeral services for Mr. Malcolm Ernest Bass 71, of HUTTO'S POTTED MUMS $1.49 Cor. N. Blvd. and Buffalo Open 6 A.M.

to 12 Midnight JENNIE'S FLOWER SHOP We Wire Flowers PHONE 872-8441 2726 W. COLUMBUS DRIVE Tel: 932-5308 AMBULANCE 24 Hour Emergency Service Snipes Familion FUNERAL HOME 6718 NORTH ARMENIA AVE. Dignified Services Regardless of Price "Since 1939" WILSON SAMMON CO. FUNERAL HOME Phone 877-7676 Licensed Funeral Directors 4730 N. ARMENIA 24-Hour Ambulance Service Jennings WE FUNERAL SERVE HOME, INC.

ALL J. EDWARD JENNINGS FUNERAL DIRECTOR FAITHS 6900 NEBRASKA 237-3345 "Your Phone is Your Charge Account." 935-3162 FLORIST 8008 No. Armenia Ave. WHEELCHAIRS AS LOW AS '50 Medicare Approved Jbhickeyco. MEDICAL SALES.

722 N. Dale Mabry Tampa, Fla. 33609 Ph. 877-9461 82, 12420 Florida Tampa, Feb. 8 JOHNSON, Samuel Nobel, 72, 2304 W.

Norfolk, Tampa, Feb. 8 LEONARDI, Mrs. Mary 69, 6005 Highland Tampa, Feb. 8 MENENDEZ, Antonio (Parachu), 78, 7th Tampa, Feb. 7 TRAINER, John, 2313 Rio Vista Tampa, Feb.

8 WAITH, Ronald 92, 1005 E. Crenshaw, Tampa, Feb. 9 Elsewhere SMITH, Mrs. Rebecca, 69, Punta Gorda SWICK, John, 69, Rural Arcadia MARTIN, Russell 69, Spring Hill, February 8 FLOYD, John 81, Avon Park. HUNT, Mrs.

Clydie 87, Sebring, February 9 WILLIAMS, Roland, 77, Sebring, February 8 BARNES, Doctor 75, New Port Richey, February 9 DEL VECCHIO, Louis 56, New Port Richey, February 7 SPIKES, Jefferson F. 72, New Port Richey, February 8 BARKER, John 52, Seminole, February 8 GRIFFITH, Mrs. Blanche 94, Treasure Island, February 8 JACKSON, Jacob 81, Clearwater, February 8 MEEKS, Mrs. Pauline, 65, Clearwater, February 8 PAPAS, Peter 54, Holi- day, February 7 RESSLER, Benjamin 89, Dunedin, February 8 PLEASANTS, Horace John, 76, Pinellas Park, February 8 RING, Luther 89, Clearwater, February 9 SFIROUDIS, Anastasios Thomas, 77, Clearwater, February 7 STILES, Mrs. Mary Effie, 83, Pinellas Park, February 8 STITT, Mrs.

Zeda 84, Seminole, Feburary 8 SUART, Mrs. Marjorie, 73, Pinellas Park, February 8 WALES, Ernest 70, Pinellas Park, Feburary 8 WRIGHT, Delphert 66, Clearwater, Feburary 8 CHAMBERS, John William, 80, Lakeland, February 8 CALICOAT, Ivan 63, Sarasota, February 8 Death Notices GARRETT Funeral services for K. M. Garrett, 66, resident of 3911 North who passed away Thursday, will be conducted Monday morning at 11:00 o'clock from the West Hillsboro Baptist Church, 2717 W. Hillsborough with Rev.

G. Patrick Robinson, pastor, to officiate. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. The Family will receive friends at Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N. Armenia Ave.

Sunday afternoon between 4:00 and 6:00 o'clock. A native of Virginia, he had resided in Tampa for 17 years. Mr. Garretti survived by his mother, Mrs. Kendrick Garrett Burkeville, two sons, Maben Garrett, Miami, and James Harold Garrett, Fairfield, a daughter, Mrs.

Nancy Graff, Southgate, two stepdaughters, Mrs. Evelyn Lovick, Jonesboro Heights, N.C., and Mrs. Beth Garrett, Sanford, N.C.; a brother, James W. Garrett Lynchburg, seven sisters, Mrs. Edith Lidster, Lebonen, Ohio, Mrs.

Mary Williams, Wayne, Mrs. Lucy Gantt, Jacksonville, Mrs. Harriett Bowling, Sioux City, Iowa, Mrs. Ethel Wilson, Friendly, Maryland, Mrs. Faye Lynch, Daytona, Ohio, and Miss Virginia Garrett, Burkeville, 17 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

HUGGINS Mrs. Ada Leota Huggins, 82, of 12420 Florida died Friday. A native of Montpelier, she had been a winter resident of Tampa for the past twenty years and was a protestant. Survivors include her husband, Mrs. Arthur (Tommy) Huggins, Tampa; son, Edgar G.

Huggins, Red Key, brothers, Bur Burson and Henry Burson of Montpelier, sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Bell and Mrs. Doc Whitacre of Hartford City, two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mrs. Huggins will be sent Sunday night to the Jones Mortuary, Red Key, Indiana for funeral services Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.

with interment to follow in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Montpelier, Ind. The family will receive friends Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. at Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home. Please omit local flowers. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME JOHNSON Mr.

Samuel Noble Johnson, 72, of 2304 W. Norfolk died Friday. A native of Adel, Georgia, he resided in Tampa for the past fifty years and was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen W.

Johnson, Tampa; daughter, Mrs. Erna Fay Haney, Tampa; stepsons, Kenneth Wheeler, Tampa and Philip Wheeler of Vancouver, stepdaughter, Louise Bennett of Lutz; brother, Mr. Roy Johnson, Brandon; sisters, Mrs. Louella Rentz, Mrs. Alief Benton of Tampa and Mrs.

Mae Corbett of Ruskin; seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia Ave. with a Methodist Minister officiating.

Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. The family will receive friends Monday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Funeral Home. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME LEONARDI Mrs. of 6005 Tampa Bay Tempo HISTO.

ENGLAND'S QUEEN VICTORIA MARRIES PRINCE ALBERT-FEB 10 1972 me devel 1840 Clip this for your teacher Births Tampa General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. William A. Evans Lutz, boy, Feb. 7.

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bullard, Tampa, boy, Feb. Mr.

and Mrs. Jose A. Hernandez, Tampa, girl, Feb. 7. Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Allan Hirsch, Tampa, girl, Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M.

Conway, Tampa, girl, Feb. 7. St. Joseph's Hospital Mr.Aand Mrs. Forrest Howsmon, Tampa, girl, Feb.

7. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young, Thonotosassa, girl, Feb. 8.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Drake, Tampa, boy, Feb. 8. Mr.

and Mrs. Michael Kent, Tampa, girl, Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Norton, Brandon, girl, Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hyde, Plant City, boy, Feb.

8. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Clausen, Tampa, boy, Feb. 8.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Durst, Tampa, girl, Feb. 8. Mr.

and Mrs. Newton Parker, Thonotosassa, girl, Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs.

Jesus Sandoval, Temple Terrace, girl, Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. James Owens, Tampa, girl, Feb.

8. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Parker, Thonotosassa, boy, Feb. 8.

Court report The following couples have applied for marriage licenses: Hazley Peoples and Annie B. Brown Bruce A. Robinson and Karen L. Howard Jack H. Whitney and Dana F.

Koepke Phlip E. Humphrey and Mary E. Potts Virgil L. Sayno and Carolyn R. Garmon Frank J.

Bishoff Jr. and Joan L. Benson Mario Guerra and Maria E. Rodriguez Jimmie L. Johnson and Diane R.

Scott Francis E. Poag Jr. and Christine R. Sommers Peter A. Vetrano and Maria E.

Diaz Thomas E. Holley and Esther M. Watts Jack H. Patterson and Lois M. Banks Melvin E.

Thomas and Florence M. Harvey Kraig R. Gadsden and Rosemary Stancil Ferman Hough and Barbara N. Blackmon Sammie L. Newsome and Thelma J.

Robinson James Williams and Carole L. Mayberry James Fitzgerald and Eller M. Robinson Charles H. Beard and Willean J. Bodrick Jerry Harrison and Lynda J.

Barnes Dissolutions of marriage have been granted to the following couples: Harry and Sharon McGrath Lester and Diane Rushing John and Barbara Graham Kenny Smith and Mary Lou Smith Carmen and Anna Caccamo Carl and Joan Albright Roger and Versie Davis Richard and Maureen Smith James and Sally Mosley Randall and Pamela Honeycutt Larry and Suzanne Dokken James and Loretta Taylor David and Joanna Neff Robert and Judith Craig Rea and Catherine Thrash Robert and Majorie Watson Stephen and Toni Calabro Idus and Thelma Cross Fuller and Dorothy Claude and Margaret Underwood Travis and Nell Jackson James and Barbara Buntin Wilfred and Olive Hanaman Johnny and Emma Fish Joahn and Gayle Davis George and Mariann Von Glahn See movie ads in this section. TAMPA: "Across 110th Street" 1, 2:10, 4, 5:50, 7:40, 9:30 (R) FLORIDA: "A Clockwork Orange" 1:50, 4:15, 6:40, 9:05 (R) BRITTON: "Train Robbers" 1:40, 3:40 5:40, 8, 10 (PG) HILLSBOROUGH "Jeremiah Johnson" :35 7:35, 9:40, "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory 1:30, 3:30 ALACE: Last House on the Left" 1:45, 3:20, 4:55, 6:35, 8:10, 9:50 (R) HORIZON PARK "The Poseidon Adventure" 1, 3:15, 5:30, 7:45, 9:55 (PG) HORIZON PARK Il: "Young Winston" 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 (PG) HORIZON PARK III: "The 3:45, 5:45, 9:45, "Sneak Preview" 7:45 (PG) HORIZON PARK IV: "Up the Sandbox" 2, 4, 6, 8, 9:55 (R) TWIN BAYS "The Poseidon Adventure" 1 3:15, 5:30. 7:45, 9:55 (PG) TWIN BAYS Il: "Dumbo and Lobo" 1:30, 4, 6:30, 9 (G) TWIN BAYS III: "Lady Sings the Blues" 1, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 (R) TWIN BAYS IV: "The Mechanic" 4, 6, 10 (PG), "Sneak Preview" 8 (PG) TRANSLUX: "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" 2, 7, 9 (G) AUSTIN CINEMA: "Across 110th Street" 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (R) Movie clock DRIVE-INS FUN LAN: "The Mechanic" 7, 10:30, "Fistful of Dynamite" 8:40 (PG) 20TH CENTURY: "Treasure Island" 8:40, "King Elephant" 7, "The Stalking Moon" 10:20 (G) DALE MABRY: "Last House on the Left" 7. 10:40, "De Sade" 8:40 (R) TOWER: Island" 8:40, "King Elephant" 7, "The Stalking Moon" 10:20 (G) HILLSBOROUGH "Sometimes A Great Notion" 7:05, "Last Movie 9:20 "Red Sky at Morning" 11:05 (R) AUTO PARK: Roommates' 8:35, "My Old Man's Place' 10 (R) SKYWAY: "Night of the Cobra Woman" 8:35, "Lady Frankenstein" 7. "Scream of the Demon Lover" 10:05 (R) CLEARWATER CLEARWATER "Snowball Express" 5:45, 8 (G) CLEARWATER II: "The Mechanic" 6, 8 (PG) CLEARWATER III: "Pete 'N' Tillie" 6.

8:15 (PG) CLEARWATER IV: "Poseidon Adventure" 6:15, 8 (PG) GULF-TO-BAY: "Last House on the Left" 7, 10:19, "Killers Three" 8:41 (R) CAPITAL: "Deliverance" TRANSLUX: "Jeremiah Johnson" 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 (PG) LAKELAND DRIVE-IN: "Portnoy's Complaint" 7, "Catch-22" 8:50 (R) GROVE CINEMA: "Across 110th Street" 2, 4. 6, 8, 10 (R) POLK: "Deliverance" IMPERIAL CINEMA "Where Does It Hurt?" 2:10, 4:10, 6:10, 8:10, 10 (R) IMPERIAL CINEMA Space Odyssey" 2:30, 5:45, 8:45 (G) "Last House on the Left" 7, 10:10, "Mark of the Devil" 8:40 (R) "Zaat" 8 SILVERMOON: 8:45, "The Deadly Bees" 10:35. "The Vulture" ArG) LAKE WALES DRIVE-IN: "Night of the Cobra Woman" 7, "Lady Frankenstein" 8:45, "Rosemary's Baby" 10 (R) NEW PORT RICHEY SOUTHGATE: "Treasure Island" 1, 4:05, 7:15, "King Elephant" 2:33, 5:38, 8:45 (G) PLANT CITY STARLITE: "The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight" 8:45, 12, "A Gunfight" 10:31 (PG) MALL: "Treasure Island" 1, 4:11, 7:21 "King Elephant" 2:34, 5:45, 8:55 (G) RUSKIN DRIVE-IN: "Conquest of the Planet of Apes" 7, "Culpepper Cattle 8:45 (PG) ST. PETERSBURG MUSTANG DRIVE-IN: "Love Story" 8:35. "Goodbye Columbus" 10:25 (R) PLAZA "The Getaway" 2:12, 4:41, STATE: "Across 110th Street" 7:10, 9:39 (PG) PLAZA II: Mechanic" 2:03, 3:54, 5:45, 7:36, 9:27 (PG) Johnson" 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (PG) FIFTH AVE.

CINEMA: "Jeremiah GULF-TO-BAY: "Joe Kidd" 8:15, 11:45, "Sometimes a Great Notion" 9:05 (PG) PALMS: "For Single Swingers Only" "Overdose of Degradation" 9:15 (X) CENTURY'S MALL: "Sounder" 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25, 9:25. 28TH ST. DRIVE-IN: "Brewster McCloud" 7, "Gimme Shelter" 8:50, "Zachariah" 10:20 (R). DOLPHIN: "Deliverance." TYRONE "Young Winston" 2:45, 5:30, 8:15 (PG) TYRONE "Pete 'N' Tillie" 1:45, 4, 6:15, 8:30 (PG) TYRONE III: "Summer of '42" 2, 4:15, 6:30, 8:45 (R) TYRONE IV: "'Fiddler on the Roof" 1:30, 4:45, 8 (G) TYRONE "The Poseidon Adventure" 1:15, 3:45, 6:15, 8:45 (PG) TYRONE VI: "The Poseidon Adventure" 2:30, 5, 7:30 (PG) CROSSROADS: "Barefoot Executive" 1:50, 4:55, 8, "Lady and the Tramp" 3:25, 6:30. 9:40 (G) TYRONE THEATER: "Across 110th Street" 1:25, 3:25, 5:30, 7:30, 9:35 (R) TARPON SPRINGS MALL: "The French Connection" 7, 10:40.

"Vanishing Point" 8:55 (R). MIDWAY: "The Roommates" 8:20, "Girls From Thunder Strip" 7, 10:40, "Pink Garter Gang" 9:25 (R) Albee's 'Everything in the Garden' a closeup look at 'decent' suburbia Edward Albee likes to write plays in which the commonplace in life is made to seem strange, and the highly unusual, commonplace "Everything in the Garden" is like that. It is those qualities which make it ideal forcommunity theaters. Done reasonably well, the built-in mechanics of the play can carry even non-professional actors along in its wake. Add the probing of suburbia's moral values (or lack of them) and its humor (sometimes black), and you have a play which can be engrossing the second, third or even fourth times you see it.

That is proved again in the Center Stage Playhouse production of this modern classic which opened Thursday evening at the Jewish Community Center and plays again tonight and tomorrow at 8 p.m. The auditorium at the Jewish Community Center, incidentally, is a good place to produce "Everything as strange as that might seem. The foldup chairs can be pushed up to the very edge of the platform-like stage. This physical proximity of the usually-small audience to the stage may well make it tough on the actors, who can Dale and Evelyn Lovegrove William and Patricia Barlift Clarence and Constance Thomas John and Alberta Williams Homer and Earline Darby Recreation STAMPS A. Stansel, 233-6811, Tampa Collectors Club.

Call for further information. Today Wrestling, Florida Collegiate de Wrestling Championships, Broward Ft. Lauderdale, University of Tampa. Bay Area Twirlers Square Dance Club, open dance, all square dancers welcome, this Saturday only at Forest Hills Center, 724 W. 109th Jack Harris, caller.

Men's tennis, 2 p.m., Tampa International University University of Tampa. Men's tennis, Florida International University at University of South Florida, 9 a.m. Tuesday Golf, University of Tampa vs. Hillsborough Community College, MacDill A.F.B. 12:30 p.m.

Women's tennis, University of Tampa, vs. St. Petersburg Junior College at Clearwater. 2 p.m. Wrestling, 8:30 p.m., Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, and Promotions, 106 N.

Albany, 251-2461. Ice hockey Suncoast Suns VS. Greensboro, 8 p.m., Bayfront Center. New chess club forming, all welcome, 6 to 9 p.m., North Tampa Center, 8608 12th St. Tourist Club dance, 8 to p.m., music by "Journeymen," N.

Blvd. Center. Friday Stamp show free. 20 dealers, 150 or more frames on exhibit. "Baypex in Sunshine Mall, Clearwater, lasts through Sunday.

Public invited. Men's tennis, University of Tampa VS. St. Petersburg Coast Guard at Tampa, 2 p.m. Free movies, family night games, 7 to 10 p.m., N.

Tampa Center. Spinning Wheels Square Dance Club, all dancers invited, special Valentine Dance, 7:30 to11 p.m., Art Springer, caller, and The Martins, Rounds, Grant Park Center. 457 Lucerne Ave. who passed away Friday, will be held Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home Chapel, Plant Ave.

at Platt St. The Rev. Billy Barber, pastor and The Rev. Joseph C. Abernathy, of the First Baptist Church of Tampa, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery.

Active pallbearers are, Albert Fernandez, Rene Valero, J. Paul Smith, Dunedin, T. L. Barnes, Charles W. Bryan, Ronald Hall 3rd.

Honorary pallbearers are, Members of Fellowship Sunday School Class, Deacons and Ushers of the First Baptist Church of Tampa, and members of Tampa Retail Furniture Dealers Association. A native of Suwannee Springs, he has been a resident of Tampa since 1919. He graduated from Norman Junior College, Class of 1926, Norman Park, Ga. Mr. Bass was founder and owner of the Bass Furniture past President of Florida Furniture Dealers and past President and active member of Tampa Retail Furniture Dealers Assn.

He was an active Deacon and Usher of the First Baptist Church of Tampa for many years, and was past President of the Fellowship Sunday School Class of the Church. He was a member of John Darling Lodge No. 154 AM, and Tampa Consistory Scottish Rite Mason. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruby J.

Bass, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Beach, Atlanta, Ga. and three grandchildren. B. MARION REED FUNERAL HOME 258 Plant Ave.

BUZZARD The remains of Mr. Wilbur C. Buzzard, 63, of Gibsonton, will be sent this morning to the Clock Funeral Home, 48 Grand Muskegon, Mich. for services and interment Monday. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME da Blount a FUNERAL HOMES SERVICES TAYLOR, RODNEY LEE 11A Sat.

Church of God of Prophecy COAKLEY, MINERVA Services Richwood, Ohio BRITTLE, DAVID 2P Sat. Concord Baptist Church RAMBEAU, EDWARD G. Mon. Christ The King Catholic Church 8 Sun. Rosary Nebr.

Chapel MOORE, GORDON 2P Tues. Nebr. Chapel Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Florida's Largest and Most Beautiful Perpetual Care Cemetery MAUSOLEUM FLOWER SHOP MEMORIALS NICHES TREES J. L. Reed Son GRANDFATHER-FATHER-SON Funeral Directors 3410 HENDERSON BLVD.

at DELEON Phone 877-8151 Tampa's Oldest Established 1898 yesterday. She was a native of Maryland and resided in Tampa for the past 48 years and was a protestant. Survivors include husband John C. Leonardi; son Roy E. Leonardi; sister Mrs.

Helen Stone, all of Tampa. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Chapel of SnipesHamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia with Rev. Ludd Tanner pastor of Oak Park Baptist' Church officiating. Interment will follow in a local cemetery.

The family will receive friends a at the funeral home Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. SNIPES FUNERAL HOME MENENDEZ Mr. Antonio (Parachu) Menendez, 78, of 17081 7th Ave. died Thursday. A native of Spain, he resided in Tampa for the past sixty years.

There are no known survivors. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia Ave. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME RODRIQUEZ Funeral services for Dr. Armando Rodriquez, 56 of Blackshear, was held yesterday in Blackshear.

He passed away Tuesday night in Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. Dr. Rodriquez was pastor of the Blackshear Presbyterian Church for five years prior to his death. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Eneida Parra Rodriquez, Blackshear; two daughters, Mrs.

Warren, Tampa, Mrs. Lefbia Robinson, St. Augustine; two sons, Armando Rodriquez Ft. Lauderdale and David Rodriquez, Tampa; four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Cohalla, Mrs.

Carmen Rieumont, Mrs. Nellie Alfonso and Mrs. Julia Garcia, all of Tampa; five grandchildren and several other relatives. Please make donations to the Dr. Armando Rodriquez Memorial Heart Fund or to the Blackshear Presbyterian Church for the rebuilding of the Sanctuary, which was recently damaged by fire.

These donations should be sent to Lyman J. Walker, P.O. Box 7, Blackshear, Ga. 31516. TRAINER Funeral services for Lester John Trainer, 73, resident of 2313 Rio Vista who passed away Thursday afternoon in the Bay Pines VA hospital, will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N.

Armenia with the V.F.W. Chapter No. 4 to have charge of services and to serve as pallbearers. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday evening between 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock.

A native of East Liverpool, Ohio, Mr. Trainer had resided in Tampa for 15 years. He was a Veteran of World War No. 1. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs.

Phoebe Trainer, Tampa; two sons, Lester Trainer Midland, and Robert Trainer, Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. Jane Lowery, Wellsville, Ohio, Mrs. Frank Katzenmeyer, and Miss Judy Trainer, both of Tampa; a step-son, Arnold J. Headlund, East Liverpool, Ohio; a stedaughter, Mrs. Linda L.

Arnett, Dayton, Ohio; 13 grandchildren; and 3 greatgrandchildren. WAITH Funeral services for Ronald O. Waith, 92, resident of 1005 Auto inspections Hillsborough County Motor Inspection Stations are on the following schedule: Monday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, noon to 8 p.m.

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see the people in the audience as well as hear them. (The auditorium lights are never turned off completely.) But it is fascinating for the theater goer to be so closeup to the stage that he can see every slight mannerism, tension and acting ability (or weakness) revealed with magnifyingglass like clarity. In a play like thing in which Albee dissects his characters SO unmercifully, that closeup quality helps the play, too. Anne Soboroff as Jenny, the suburban housewife whose major ambition in life is to have a greenhouse in her garden, doesn't seem bothered a bit by the intimate theater conditions. On the contrary, the lovely actress seems to thrive on it, and does a superb job of portraying the basically decent wife who even smokes a brand of cigarettes she can't stand just so they can have the coupons.

Danny Hernandez as her husband, Richard, is overbrimming with barelysuppressed tension, and it shows as he prowls the stage (at times) beating a staccato with the fingers one hand against the palm of the other hand. In Albee's play as directed that they can spend some of her earnings. He discovers the truth and is sickened by it. At least, at first. Bob Martin by Russ Glidden, however, this tension is put to good use.

Like Albee's words themselves (mundane utterances which take on out-of-context meanings as the play progresses), Hernandez' way of acting suggests another dimension, of things to come which are not revealed in what is said, so much as in the way small details become magnified for the couple. The story itself is simplicity itself: Jenny is seduced (with money) into becoming a parttime prostitute during the afternoons so that she and her husband can have the finer things in life. She doesn't tell her husband, and sends him a package of money by mail so From that point on, Albee shows us average, "decent" people who come to accept what was before unacceptable, just so they can have life a little pleasanter. They, and we, begin to realize that people live in many different worlds. What is "real" in the world depends, to a large extent, upon what is transpiring inside each person's head.

Albee suggests that superficial appearances are just that. In addition to the two leads, the other major role is played by Chris Nahm as Jack, the ever-friendly drunk from next door who is the theater goer's on-stage contact with what is going on (at times), as well as a part of the action itself. Others in the play: Renie Fahrenkopf as the madame who organizes the suburban ladies into a highclass prostitution ring; and Marla Dixon, Michael Fahrenkopf, Alan Griffin, Casey Mendoza, Mike Nettles, Dovree Provenzano and Steve Borst. The setting the livingroom of Jenny and Richard was designed by Sam Bagarella. Mary J.

Leonardi, 69, Highland died.

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