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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 60

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 8, 1963
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1. i 44 Hie Arizona V O !%*«*, Wed., May 8, <_. Wllmot dissension On the Town n hit Tic Wilmvl " THE CABBAGE PATCH: that sale of Blakely Oil Co. to the syndicate headed by sign tycoon Carl Eller has hit 6 technical snag. But it's rumored they'll unsnag it .any edition now . . . The big reason influential Bostonites Are talking up Arizona today is (he direct result of Del Webb's affluencey. Webb and Webb Co. Vice president Tom Breen were invited to speak of their Arizona success story before a select group of mutual fund security analysts in Beantown yesterday. Complete with colorful slides of the Valley . . . Big yak in inner circles of the National Foot* ball League is that Green Bay won't even take the division title this season. And it's not because of the loss of PautHornung (whom coach Vince Lombard! was eager to trade last year). Lombardi's iron-fisted rule and aloofness to players is building . The original cast of Scottsdale Players 'Which appeared in Tim Kelly's 1960 play, "Widow's Walk," will be listed when Harper and Row publish the three-act whodunit in October. * * * MARIA SOTO'S quartet has the entertainment seekers toe tapjtfn' at the Smokehouse's Coach and Six. The lovely Latin local, who swings easier in this setting than she did at Executive House, switches from such as "Guadalajara" and "Jalisco" to "Come Home, Bill Bailey" as effortlessly as Joe E. Lewis changes from scotch to gin ... Scottsdale city manager Ken Williams, laid low with a heart attack, has made more friends ' locally in less than a year than most do In five. He's being deluged with get-well wishes. Send yours to Good Samaritan. * * * NEWEST MOVIE on the Hollywood agenda, to be filmed in Korea, has been titled "Killy of Seoul." .lust for the halibut? . . . The new multimilIion-$$$ movie-TV production center planned for 2,500 acres at Malibu marks the first time a completely new studio has beon built in Hollywood in 40 years! Now if the glitter city would only develop a new set of movie ads, business might really perk . . . His many local friends are shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of Oscar Marienthal, Chicago's Mr. Show Biz. He owned London House, Mr. Kelly's and the Happy Medium . . . They even name big when it comes to Texas towns. Like Kennedy, Tex., population 4,301 . . . Walt Ditzon says ho bumped into a bar years ago and has been up against it ever since! . President Kennedy's 46th birthday party at Hyannis Port (May 29) will put show biz "spectaculars" to shame. Projected cost is half a million with hundreds of rein- lives and intimates anxiously checking the mails for invites . . . The dirtiest commercial in television is about: to be shown nationally. The gal who does it, according to TV Guide, is covered with grease and oil lor an oil filter pitch. Why didn't she let her mother do it? ... The last of Gwen Dew Buchanan's World Adventures series for this season is a must for south-of-the-border devotees. She'll present "Mexico: On the Trail of Cortez" Friday night at. Scottsdale H.S. auditorium. * * * EVER WONDER what happened to old radio stars? Horace Heidt parlayed his old Pot O' Gold program into a $5 million pot o 1 real estate In California . . . One of Our Town's major , radio stations soon may change hands. It's In the wheeling and • dealing stages now . . . Actor George Maharis, fully recovered from hepatitis, will get back into action June 16 on the Ed Sulli, van Show. And want to bet ht doesn't sing "Route fifi"? WOLLWOOD (UP1)- They're moving Dodge City, Kan., to Studio City, Calif., but residents of the Jayhawk State needn't get excited. It's only make-believe, like most of Hollywood. The transient Dodge City is used as a locale for CBS-TV's Bunsmoke. That popular Western had been filmed at Paramount studios in Hollywood but is now being shifted to the old Republic Panic, Kansas^ W$ Not for Real lot in Studio City, 6 miles away. Usually, when somebody moves from one part of town to another, they pack dishes, furniture and clothes into a truck. But not in Hollywood. CBS doesn't do anything by halves. In this case, the network's movers took Dodge's main street, horse-watering troughs, hitching post and jail. Even Dodge's Boot Hill cemetery will be moved. Only the bodies will b* left behind. ' Last, but certainly not least, is the town's Long Branch saloon, where Miss Kitty holds forth. There wouldn't be much sense in shifting the town if its drinking palate didn't go along. Gunsmoke's new home has been the site of Westerns starring such stalwarts as Gene Autry, John Dane* Tonight at EXECUTIVE HOUSE - Arizonia* "One of Scottsdale's Nicest Resorts!!.' Join the Wednesday Eve. ARTHUR MURRAY'S TROPHY DANCE at 10 p.m. XX^^x^^ eiNINft m DANCING « COCKTAILS / AA, AR1ZO N I A N On Scottsdale Rd., Vt Mile North of Camelback - Call: 945-7666 ; OVERHEARD AT KELLY'S: "That couple has a in common. They share a mutual love— her!" lot Two Youth Groups Join For Annual Spring Concert •The llth Anniversary Spring Concert of the Youth Orchestra and Phoenix Symphonette will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Phoenix Union High School Auditorium. * Both groups consist of young musicians from tin Valley /Phe symphonette, comprising 82 young people from II high schools a/id 28 elementary schools, is chosen from among 160 who auditioned for honor to play in spring concert early this year. The group rehearses weekly under the direction of Dr. William English, Arizona State University music professor. "Youth Orchestra, organized In 11952, is composed of 77 musicians from 17 Phoenix high schools, Phoenix College and Arizona State University. The past year, this group played four concerts under able direction of Eu-i gjene Lombard!, concertmaster ot' Phoenix Symphony Orchestra. Sponsors of the two musical groups are members of the Phoenix Symphony Guild. Forty members of the Youth Orchestra auditioned for All-State Youth Orchestra and All-State Band this year, and 40 were accepted, first-chair honors in orchestra going to Karen Jones, Tempe, first violins; Robert Stra- va, West High, second violins; Allan Salt, Camelback, violas; Leslie Rawlins, Tempe, oboes; John Syers, West High, horns; AJlan Driggs, West High, trumpets; Michael Park, Phoenix Union, trombones. All-State Band first-chair honors went to Joan Elardo, Central, oboes; John France, Washington, bassoons; Ann Owens, Camelback, clarinet; Mark Klein, West High, trombone; Karl Abrahamsen, North High, tuba and Steve Forman, Washington, percussion. Guy Taylor, conductor of the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, said: "These two groups play in a most musical manner with a maturity and finish that would do honor to a higher age group orchestra." Taylor will appear as guest conductor to lead the Hebrides Overture by Mendelssohn. Certificates of merit to both .Symphonette and Youth Orchestra players wilj be presented by Mrs. Frank B. Wallace, president of the Phoenix Symphony Guild. Scholarship awards to All-State Mu&ic Camp, to be held in Tempe chits summer, will be presented by Gail Fisher, president of the Junior Symphony Guild. Symphony Guild members \yho ace working on the concert We, far the symphonette group, Airs. Budd L- Peabody, chairman, Edward Cfjrapn, cochaJr- Mn. Bill Overly, Mrs,. Mrs. Ralph E. Jacquemin, Mrs. Eugene E. La Croix, Mrs. L. Donald Miller, committee members; for the Youth Orchestra, Mrs. Del Shelley, chairman, Mrs. John G. Eaton, cochairman; Mrs. Richard J. Collins, Mrs. John H. Donaldson, Mrs. C. R. Driscoll, Mrs. Don Hoffman, Mrs. William W. Pii- cher, committee members. ** RESTAURANT Mexican t American Foods 2515 W. Bethany Home Rd. J77-1J3! with TED JONES at the grand piano stirs up a Latin storm of entertainment / that rocks our Old English pub to the rafters! COCKTAIL LOUNGE Dancing Nightly — 9 to I phone 264-1338 RESTAURANT 4701 N. 16th St The Smokehouse makes you glad you're a gormet . . . try our. . . HICKORY SMOKED RIBS AND CHICKEN CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS ... PRIME RIB SI (jp^ MOTHER'S DAY... fMe it a REAL- Come la Skychef — restaurant at the airport. Enjoy fine food, yes, bul other things, too. Things to help make Her Pay one to treasure. Things like Skychef* superb service and gracious decor. And the rose for every mother — compliments of Skychef — a* a momento of her visit. Plot the thrill of enjoying all this in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of airport activity. So this year, make it a reaf occasion for your mother (or mothers), and the whole family. C AfiC [ ^ I Co/np/**« dinners from J t.Nt tOQO IN »'• AIMOSPHttt Of DisIINf 1ION governors Room L E*«TwnJn«l $K**ARBOR AIRPORT f 75-5*33, gESiRVATIONS J A ftey ftofirs, RiX A11«, Bob Sieele, Wild Sill filliott, Ken Mayflafd «nd the late ttoet Gifr soft. Gunsfnoke'* production manager, Robert Beehe, said the moving of Oodge City to Republic, renamed Studio Center, will be completed without interruption of the show's filming schedule. "We're moving it in three phases," he said. "We'll finish at Paramount Tuesday and take a week's break. Then principal You'Hjutt lov* DANCING CONWAY * JIM StMMOM •HO COW • HO MINIMUM *6*1«fl* StAlHt * + ML m m* SAFARI HOTEL IN xans»*i* mm May 5J « Studio Gefttif." Producer Norman MacDonnell planted the operation with network officials so filming could continue while moving vans were hauling away scenery. .That's not easy. If a producer needs anything, it's scenery. We can get along without actors for a while if he has some horses, but never without scenery. What helped MacDonnell waslor two. 8ft ffigtnkftlS plan *&«felfl ftl movers trucked away his dusty street half a block at a time. While pan of Dbdge City's Front Street was being hauled over Hollywood's: Cahuenga Pass to Studio »City, MacDonnell frantically was shooting a show on what was left. He had to hurry because when the trucks returned there would- In't be anything for MacDonnell to |film but a few actors and a hors* Swift's Premium Pure Beef HAMBURGERS TM famous, NldHTLY "THE COOPERS" CARNIVAL ROOM I In All, True Traditional Style 1 :*. •s & i •ti I Will be Observed Here Sunday Honor Her ... Come Dine With Us! Everything From Soup to Nuts SIX COURSE DINNER with choice of ROAST TOM TURKEY or SUGAR CURED BAKED HAM Dinner Served in CARRIAGE ROOM I 1:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Reservation! Necessary Open House MOTHER'S DINNER BUFFET 11:30 a.m. fo 9:30 p.m. in Mt. 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