The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 25, 1963 · Page 32
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 32

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Sunday, August 25, 1963
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sunday, Aug. 25/1963 mil crcLWforct BILLBOARD Judy Guyll Eclipses Diana Dors In Show I T'S "OT- often -- nor an easy task--when an actress or danccv manages to steal the spotlight on stage from blonde, curvaceous Diana Dovs. But a former Lawtonian, on the rise to success in show business, is doing just lhat, Petite Judy Guyll is the gal eclipsing the buxom British star in the musical "Pa.jama Game," a hit show playing a smart supper theatre in suburban New York this summer. The daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George Guyll. 1714 Columbia. Judy is cast in the comedienne role of Gladys, a wacky secretary in the popular musical, starring Miss Dors in a one-dimensional role of Babe. New York critics reviewing the show have all been unanimous in their praise for the former Lawton dance leacher. who has been making the rounds in Gotham with considerable success the past few years. JUDY GUYLL . . . tops ta TJ Gnmc' HERE ABE a few sample comments from a batch of rave press clips which Judy has added to her bulging scrapbook: "Judy Guyll as Gladys, the secretary of the president ol Slcep-Tiie, is the outstanding performer of the show, Office scattcrbrain and exotic dancer arc only hvo of the roles she plays with bubbly energy and humor . . ." " . . . What makes 'Pajama Game' entertaining is the sing- Jng and dancing. Led by Judy Guyll whom local audiences have the top for several years now, t watched in her climb toward the top for several years now. the cast is ingratiat- "Pajama Game" and summer stock shows are not new to Judy, who appeared in the same musical two yeavs ago. Several seasons ago, she wowed audiences attending a hit musical revue entitled "Greenwich V i l l a g e , U.S.A." Between singing, acting and dancing lessons, plus auditions lor Broadway shows, Judy manages to squeeze in lime for TV commercial work. "There's real money in commercials with residuals, etc., but the theatre is my first love," Judy told me earlier this summer during an interview in her fashionable apartment ai 60 Sutton Place South on New York's East Side. In private life, Judy is Mrs. Richard Barlow, mfe of a successful Madison Avenue advertising agent. · * · A NOTHER LAWTONIAN is also making a name for himself in New York in the competitive world of commercial art, He's Paul Davis, son ot Dr. Howard Davis, superintendent of Lawion district Methodist churches, and Mrs. Davis, 1315 Cherry. His art work and illuslralions have appeared in such big slick magazines as McCalls. Playboy, Sports Illustrated, A m e r i c a n Heritage, Horizon and Show. In the September issue of Esquire, now on the newsstands, is a series ot Davis drawings illustrating four different stories on political satire. His work also is featured on the cover of the current issue of Show magazine and in a recent issue this month ot Sports Illustrated. The 23-year-old artist, who has been free-lancing successfully since last March, will be even busier on his return to New York this weekend when he assumes an additional job as an instructor of advertising-graphics design in the Visual Arts School. Paul headed toward New York eight years ago following his graduation from Will Rogers high ing . . ." Gene Palatsky of the Newark Evening News had this to say: "A whole show in herself is Judy Guyll -- Gladys the Secretary-a tiny, wacky, gorgeous brunette who sends sparks in "Sieam Heat" and careens dmnkcnly, deliciously through Hemando's Hideaway." school in Tulsa lo enroll in the School of Visual Arts: After several years employment in a. graphics art studio, lie decided lo try his luck at free lancing, Special assignments have been increasing with recognition of his past magazine work. For example, the next issue of Show, the Magazine of the Performing Arts, will include a portrait of Maurice Chevalier by Paul. And next month's issue of Redbook will carry Davis inscribed illustrations accompanying an article on food. * * * A R O U N D TOWN: Mure Sue · Mnssnd is swamped these days reading mountains of colorful ,'olriei-s in sludious preparation for a Grand Tour of Europe ne:t monlh . . . Seeing Ihc sigliis Ihis week in New Delhi is Doris Joyiier, Sum's daughter . . . A Delta Airlines secretary in L.A.. Doris lasl week drooled at the beauty of Hawaii before jetting to Hong Kong . . . Her three-week lour comes to an end soon wilh slopovers in Frankfurt and London . . . Genial Board of Ed clerk .Tns- Hn KiinU is Southwestern hospitalized . . . Ike School Band has a new baby mascot -- G- day-old Sieve Pliilll|s . . Proud papa is bandmaster Don Phillip* . . . Whatever happened to action on fnlerior Secretary Stewart Udnll's statement ( l a s t March) indicating thai, an Indian Memorial at Mount Scott in the Wichita Mountains is "practically assured"? . . . The Ml. Rushmore-type monument was fivst proposed by the late Sen. Bob Knrr as a memorial to Ameri-, can Plains Indians , . . Don Cniltreo, nephew of the Virgil Riddles, is cast in a plum roln in David Merrick'n new musical "110 in the Shade," due on Broadway Oct. 2-1 . . . It's a musical version of 'The Rainmaker," popular B'way play and movie ... . The former OU track star and native of Ada recently completed an eastern summer lour in 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown" . . . Katy-K Bonnor reports the Junior Service league has signed Tony rnstor and his Orchestra PAUL DAVIS . . free-lance artist 'South Pacific H'ey" Txok what's coming (o McMnhon ^li.'iiiorinl Auditorium--"South Pacific." Rodpnrs nml Hammers(n(n Immortal musical, one "f tlio lonjreM running hi Is in Brnnd- way history, will bo Mused Nov. 22-2.1 uiitlnr Ihp dirnclion of .lolin Dffnney, Scoivs and score?* n( ptls find (jobs arc needed for Liu? blp c»st, MI Man llmlK?rlnp up your vocal chords before the cn^t call I* Miunded Scp(. 9-13. Watch next Sunday's Cw»d- tuLlon JC Morning Tros »oiiuse- mcnt papoj* for more dcliulrd Hnn*iinccmi».n(ji concerning 1 tho hip musical. Red Barn Players Casting Opens Next Week For 'Blithe Spirit 1 At Fort Sill "Blithe Spirit." Noel Coward's ; vrill get under way Sept. 4 at Fort durable farce, will kick off the I Sill. Audilions also are set Sept. Red Barn Players' 1963-64 season i 5-6 at the Bam, Capt. Frank Lind- In late October. Casting for the comedy hit of the London and Broadway si-ages POP SEV'GEK. Lulu Potter, 24- year-old pop singer of Los Au- Eclcs is the only American entry la Uie annual International j Sonp Festival In Poland this month. Her .entry In the competition Is sponsored by the U. S. State Department. strom, president, said Saturday. Production dales arc set for Oct. 25-26. Larry Bryggmann, who carried a lead role in the Barn's musical "Bye Bye Birdie" wiU direct the show. The cast calls for roles for five wo.Tien and two men. Eligible to try-out for parts are military personnel, their dependents and civil service workers on post and their dependents. The Red Barn Players' season will include two other productions with titles and show dates to be announced later, Capt. Lindstrom said. New Tour Service OKLAHOMA CITY--A new lour service for one of Oklahoma's most widely known tourist attractions has been inaugurated by Oklahoma Transportation Co. in cooperation with Anadarko residents, The special low-rate conducted tours will leave Oklahoma City for Anadarko, where private cars and guides will conduct tourists through the area, visiting the museum and other points of interest at Indian Cily, Husband-Wife Team Design Settings For NT. Musicals NEW YORK (AP) -- The husband-wife designer team ot William and Jean Eckart is at work on settings for a brace ot musicals upcoming during Ihe next Broadway season. Presently represented w i l h "Never Too Laie." and "She Loves Me," the pair are handling "Here's Love," which will star Janis Paige, and "A Girl to Remember," with Carol Burnett in the title role. Lassie's Back HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--Five segments o! the "Lassie" television scries will be put together and shown in theaters as a feature film. The movie, entitled "Lassie's Great Adventure." is the first "Lassie" feature length picture to ! be released in more than 32 years, j SADDLE WORSES $1.00 Per Hour [ Dolly S »jn. to · p.m.* EAGLE PARK i Cache, Oklahoma ' On Wichita Mt. High Dial HA 9-32S8 NighHy 6:30 SWIM Doily 10 to 10 Ridei - Golf Video Notes: on the dotted line to play for the League's big benefit ball, slated Oct. 10 in the Armory . . . Yes, yes, yes, site of the Clyde Bentty-Cole Bros. Clreiw is still at the .Trade Mart, 44 Lh and Cache Road . . . We goofed, right Glen? . . . Museum o! the Great Plains' used book sale last week poured J355.-1G in the (ill for library improvements . . . The Ted Hl.uli- lowers plan lo sec "South Pacific", a Kansas City Starlight Theatre musical, while in K,C. lo attend an insurance parley this coming weekend . . . Back home and ready to hit the classroom arc Opul Ford and Bethel Andrews, who spent Inst week in Denver attending Ihe Speech Association of America ,.. They saw William Bendix in the Broadway comedy, "Never Too Laic" in Central Ci!y and also Joe E. Brown in his 200,000th performance in the title role of "Harvey" at Denver's Elitch Garden . . . Joining the Lawton teachers at the Central City musical were Bethel's sister, KntheriiK: Burn;!! of Denver; Znzclle Gilford and Mnry Alice Baker, Oklahonin City high school speech teachers . . . Sing "Happy Birthday" to banker Poler King this weekend . . Did you know I hat Lawion public schools faculty has ex- paned lo 572 teachers--34 more injtruclors than were employed last term" ... * · · T HIS 'N THAT: Bill Smith says plans are under way to organize an Evening Jaycees group . . - DOTI Luke, back on the home sporls writing Iront after 6 months wilh Um:l'; Smu al \Vesl Point, speni his spare time oricniing himself to Ihe magic of Broadway while weekending in Gotham - . "You Don't Say" is making the round as Ihe favorile party game of Ihc summer social season ... It's played just like the TV game of the same name . . . Zany rlilllls D1HT said it on a recent "Tonighl" show: "Liz Taylor is simple a Cal who never developed a hobby" . . . Speaking of games as we were a couple . . .s ago, here's another lime filler entitled Engagement Announcement I'd like to See on the C-P Soc Pages: Hlnrk-Smilh; Slnn't-Carr; Whllellmisc: Foslpr-Chlld: l l u n l l e y U r l n k l e y : Gln^-Kalni; Untlliv lloynl: 'Flsclinr-Mann and ClilNn- IllCT . , . Most of 'em arc in the phone book . . . There'll be six spectacular production numbers featured in ilie 23rd all new Ice Canaries when Ihe show opens Wednesday at I h e Stale Fair Grandstand in Okr City , . . Mlkr. Lcn-N, OU frnt m n n . is attending Lambda Chi Alpha's gilhth b i e n n i a l management Iraining seminar Ihis week at DcPauw Li. at Grccncaslle. Ind. . . . For Ihose who have janpled Ihis desk's phone: Yes, you cim wail and purchnse your "Cleopatra" movie ducats after h i l ling Big D or you can m o i l order 'cm from the Tower theatre The office wag KCZ: Drinking is like spoiling Mississippi , . . . It's mostly a m a t t e r of knowing when to slop . . . Former King Of Yugoslavia On TV Shows By KICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -- Notes Lo walch television by: Name-droppinp Dcpl.: A c t o r Jimmy Stewart will be interviewed for a half-hour on CBS- TV's "PorU-ak" Sept. 6 ... Former King Peter o[ Yugoslavia, 39, who appears this Monday on the "Today" and "Tonight" j shows, also turns up Sept. 3 with ABC-TV's Tennessee Ernie Ford . . . EH McMahon. announcer on Ihe "Tonight" proRi'am. will be host or NBC-TV's new, daily quiz show, "Missing Links," starting Sept. 9. . . · * « Prestige Cnstinj; Dcpt.: Ed Begley. ' who won the 1962 besl- suppoding-acLor Oscar ior "Sweet Bird of Youth." stain in ihc season premiere ot NBC-TV's "Show of the Week" Sept. 15, in a drama of aged Irish Republican Army veterans who plot an as- sassi'nalion .. · Trevor Howard, who won the 1952-S3 best-actor Emmy for "The Invincible Mr. Disraeli," signed with I'ne same network to narrate its Nov. 5 special about Greece's golden age. I. * * Tuinorruu 1 and Tomornw m "Today": Hugh Downs, host or NBC-TV's "Today," takes his second two-week vacation or the summer starting Monday . . . Features on "Today" next week- include showman Billy Rose and designer Yves St. Laurent Wednesday; singer Bobby Breen Thursday: a Olm report on a blind golfers' match, also Thursday: and a (alk about Russian fashions by an American dress manufacturer. Friday. · · · Business Notes: The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants baseball teams arc stockholders in a pay-TV syslem lhat will probably wind up broadcasting some of their games . . · Some major advertisers arc plan; ning lo use Negroes in "mixed" commercials, Jhough they probably won't be seen in the South. . . The show business newspaper. Variety, reports lhat a municipally owned radio station in New Jersey has decided to discontinue cigarette advertising "because of evidence connecting smoking with lung cancer," » ·· · Anniversary: Richard Rodgors will be host for the musical portion of the first annual CBS-TV special commemorating last year's opening of New York's Lincoln Cenier for the prcform- inc arts: it airs Sept, 22 for an | hour . . , Same program. AJLsiair Cookr will be the overall host Ihe show will combine musical drama and ballet. Foreign Affair*: The British Ministry of Health is reported considering sponsoring anii-snnok- ing commercials , . , Brilain's Independent Television Authority (ITA), which governs commercial video In Ihsl nation, ruled thai ndvci-tisemrnls must not set bad examples for children LUCKY DOG. Actress Elizabeth Taylor fondles a stray dog that she found as she watches actor Richard Burton work in filming of a scene of the movie "Becket." Miss Taylor does not have a role in the film, but just stopped by to watch work on it at Shepperton, England. · (AP Wirephoto) Heston Portrays Thomas Jefferson NEW YORK (UPI) -- A c t o r Charllon Heston will portray Thomas Jefferson in the television adaptation of Sidney Kingsley's awayd-winning drama, "The Patriots," on Hallmark Hall of Fame this fall. "The Patriots," lo be aired Nov. 15, is being taped this summer at NBC's color studio in Brooklyn. The drama was first presented on Broadway in 19-13, the bicentenary of Jefferson's birth, The star of "The Jack Bonny Program" toured vaudeville theatres alter World War I under (he professional name of Ben K, Benny. Actress Grows Up HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -- Annette Funicello. who got her start in video's "Mickey Mouse Club," has signed a seven-year contract with American International Productions to play grown-up roles now that she is 20 years old and no longer a teen-ager. Robin And Hoods j HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--Joey Bis- 1 hop has been cast in Frank Si- inatra's new picture, "Robin and ' the 7 Hoods." a takeoff based on ! the old robber legends. Dancer! aclor Gene Kelly is producing the j picture which co-stars Sammy Davis, Jr. and Dean Martin. OKLAHOMA'S TOUGHEST! PRISON ZODIAC ROOM --Motor Inn Motel-Now Playing Nightly . . . (except Monday) "THE DIMENSIONS" Se1:ilc Enjit Const Sounds! 10 HI ? --Member* and Guesls-- Membership* Available · Air CoMUUooed Room 0 Informal Atnxwpbera · Brlnt the Children · Plenty of Ulrb Chain Cache and Sbertdan Road Onlcrt to Go EL 3-93LI Choice Charcoal Broiled Steaks Cooked Over Open Pit In Our Dining Room Delicious Sea Food Complete dJiuiers from 51,73. Come as you are. Wcckdayi 5-11 p.m. Sunday* U:3D a.m. til 10 p.m. 2107 Cache Road EL 3-5286 OUTLAW VS. OUTLAW j AUGUST30-SEPT£VBER1»McALESTER,OKLAHOMA g fllOlT-die bslesl moiiiii pttlorm- B^ me. See tte jreentani n |x deo lomls Jffi) amuts wtlle |/i ttey're still ODnjore)! SJTURCHT-Toj'J better win lickets tirl; la It; in. ill s»U tt- . . . no stindin; room, Alan Ladd Back Home On Movie Studio Set HOLLYWOOD CJPI -- Alan Ladd v.-as made to J-?cl ri^ht at home when he rnporteci ro work al Paramount studios for "The Carpetbaggers." His first srcrys were shot on Stage 1-1 which was originally built Tor "Two Years Before inc Mast," one of Ladd's mos; successful films. LAWTON MOM. · SEPT. Mm 44TH AND CACHE ROAD Au*. Lawton Jsycces SUNDAY-Itt tor to see vtafs left of ne tattle tana ret- APPROVED i Three exciting performances of the world's largest rodeo behind prison walls! The world's wildest! See prison inmates contesting on broncs and wild Brshma bulls! Fast, violent, bone-breaking action! World's top professional cowboys in three RCA timed events^-calf roping, steer roping and steer wrestling. A stirring prison rodeo band, Indian tribal dances plus such spectaculars as "Mad'Scramble" 2nd "Money the Hard Way" . . . Top rodeo clowns and bullfighters. Same program all three performances. SWIM , Twilight Beach Duncan, Okla. · Sandy Beaiih · Picnic ATM TRY OUR 20 FT THRILL SLIDE Come Out To Our Old Fashioned ICE CREAM PARLOR · 34 Fl.TVors of Ice Cream · 'Unbelievable Ice Cream Sundae* CHAJIBROrLED STEAKS- HAMBURGERS Private Partlc* Arranged. JOHNSON'S "GAY NINETIES" Open HI II p.m. In Cnche Rd. Square ITALIAN RESTAURANT FAMOUS FOft PIZZA AT ITS IEST! Home of Fine Italian Foods Orden To G* · Choict Broiled Sttok« · Sea Food · Chicken Complete Italian and American menui. Private dJnlng: room · · .lor unall Mrtie* : FROZEN ITALIAN DISHES TO TAKE HOME Open 3 p.m. ol 12:45 a.m. Sat., S to 1:45 113 N. 2nd EL3-9543 Mail to: PRISON RODEO WELFARE FUND P. 0. BOX 97 McALESTER, OKLAHOMA Encloifd pleai* find ch«k or mcwi-y order in tht imounf cf Plcaie lend licxiTf u checked below: Addr- Nc. of Tkkcli , . Q Sox 0 H«erved Eo* icm @ 33,00. Snurved mil @ J2.00 i SI, 30. Pnco! lBO\'f tc ·dulii «nd childrrn «Nkt. Pirform»n«i Aug. 30 «nd 31 inn sr S p.m. Si?',. 1 ptriormmo ·! 2 p.m. ALL SEATS RESERVED. · * CLYDE BEATTY* I N P E R S O N B A T T L I N G 2 0 L I O N S 600 PEOPLE--150 PERFORMERS 200 ANIMALS-15 ELEPHANTS 22 Tents --Seats for Thousands 51,750,000 Cjpital-58,500 Daily Eipensi * C A R L A WALLENDA* S E N S A T I O N O f T H E H I G H W ' R E TWICE DAILY 2 8 P. M. CHILDREN SLOP-ADULTS SI.90 RESERVED AND ADMISSION TICKET! ON SALE CIRCUS DAY AT A-B DRUG CO. 401 D AVE. Gen. Adm. tickets on sule now at Trade Jfcirt, Humpty Dumpty and Jaycees. IDEAL RESORT HOUSES (Actual Photo of Bulldlnjr) These: two bedroom houses were former officer quarters at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. They are 10 .years old and in excellent condition. (Hardwood, floors .aluminum win-. .dows, bathtub.and shower, lavatory, comode, medicine cabinet,, lots of: kitchen cab. Inets, 30 gallon hot water heater, oil furnace and to top it off house is'fully insulated. . Note that living room is a large 12 ft.4 in. by-'20 ft. 8 in. These homes are ready to, be lived in and enjoyed. (NOT A SHELL HOME). HOUSES CAN BE DELTVEP^D. . ANTWHERE. Add $1.00 per mile for hauling any. distance greater than Lawton, Okla. Sample DISPLAY NEXT TO BROASTY ACROSS; FROM LAWTON HIGH SCHOOL. LOW TERMS IF DESIRED QUICK WAY HOMES lawton, Oklahonui Dial EL5-05B2

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