The Lawton Constitution And Morning Press from Lawton, Oklahoma on February 18, 1973 · Page 49
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2 D THE UWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sundoy, Feb. 18, 1973 Benefit Plays Slated Two .ont-act comedies will be stagea Feb', 27 at Lawton munity Theatre as a benefit for the Oklahoma Heart Association, Lawton chapter. ;·- "Not Enough Rope," by Elaine ·Mays, will be directed by Susan Pierce with Debbie Griffin, Robert Newman and Opal Ford i n j the cast. It is LCT's entry in ijthe state play festival, March 3 iin Ponca City. to. J. C. HicVs is directing "The Honeymoon Is Over," costarring Jim and Beth Clark. A'H proceeds will go Lo the Heart Association, Mrs..Charles ·Graybill, chairman, said. Chicago To Appear In State Tuesday By BON HAHHAL [Musically, the individuals are -..,,,,._. -.,_, , ... not actually ol superior talent plUCAGO, ONE of the nost :with the tion of Rotert *" popular jazz-rock bands, L^ for his extraordinary on the music scene for several ! years, -will appear in their third: W hen the Oklahoma City p.m. Tuesday ·grounds Arena. While many of aMity . seven individuals concert at 8 ?cl together however, t h e y at the Fair- f orm a . mus ; ca i machine that · plays with a tightness and clar- Ihe current-jty. scldMn equa iled: Relying = : heavily on the horn section, ; their songs are often complex .'and involve time signature 'changes. I Some of the group's 1 biggest f I nits in recent years have in! eluded "Make Me Smile," : "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?," "Color My World," "Lowdown," "Satur-i day in the Park." and "Dia-i logue: Parts I and n," only to mention a few. "Stereo Review" magazine recently said their "songs j rock croups are only popular [sound as if each one were writ-' for a year or .two, Chicago has|' cn r ° r a term paper at Jul- remained 'in demand and has]"^continued -to sell millions of Flom . their fans viewpoint, record albums for nearly six;^ obviously got an A plus on vcars, . - . · . ' J ~" Itheir final grades. ChW is tar from just ° f one of the best bands ever formed and has outlasted almost all competition. When Chicago first came onto the music scene, calling themselves the Chicago Transit Authority-in 1958. their main com- other jazrocfc bandL The s e v - w K a ' \ « " 1 f r : Pet f en-piece group has proved therlff, Ro , bcrt L . anm - key ,r» nnn *f thn h.«t h^nc m »r I Md lGad V0 = als ; J 3m « kow, trombone: Danny Sera- f'phine, drums; Lee Loughnane, ] trumpet; and Walter Parazai- der, woodwinds. In' India, . even men from neighboring villages may not petition was Blood, Sweat and understand one another. Indians Tears. | speak more than 800 languages However, in the following j and dialects, years, (while shortening their name to Chicago after the city from where they came), the. group outsold and outlasted all comers. Blood, Sweat, and Tears Jound it difficult to equal Chicago's popularity, as did the Ides of March and Santana, although Santana ·closest. probably came the PLAYBOY MAGAZINE recently named Chicago the Best Instrumental Combo (a misleading title) of the year in their Jazz and Pop Poll for the third year in a row. The magazine a-Iso named their newest album, "Chicago Five," as Instrumental Combo Album of the Year. Chicago's strength docs not rely solely on the individual talent ot the people in the group. At DOE DOE We Skate 2 Sessions Each Night except Muitdaj The Price Is 50c Wilt Your Skates and 85c With Ours for Your First Session Sat. Sun. Our Skate Matinee from 1 to {, 75c MONDAYS ARE FOR RESERVATIONS -- 353-9679 ffoa Chinese-American Ro»taur«aJ 82nd * Cache Rd. IH-24U Complete Cantone.se Mem Alto Americu Dishes W« Hontr BANKAMKIUCARD * MASTER CHARGE Closed Monday RESTAURANT STEAK HOUSE Open daily 11 am-11 pm Daily Luncheon Special 3 Styles of Dining " · Japanese · American 1 · Oriental OSAKA GARDEN'S' SPECIAL -Kobe Steak- Dinner Prepared at Your Table OSAKA GARDENS 1917 N. Sheridan 353-S250 New Sheridan Shops STEAKS MEXICAN FOOD S374 Cache Rd. Next To Cim-mo Theatre Dally 11 to 11 357-0088 SPECIAL Monday thru. Friday Mexican Deluxe Dinner $150 1 1 Beef face, 1 Beef Enchilada. 1 Beef FOR ONLY Tariialc, Mexican Slylc Beans and .Spanish Rice. Special sauce and cheese over Enchiladas. Guacamolc Salad, Crisp Toslados, Sopaplllas with honey. Coffee or Tea. Also featuring-DAILY MERCHANT'S SPECIALS Ham Hock and Beans -- Stewed Chicken and Dumplings-Braised Beef Tips on Rice--Beef Lasagne--Spaghetti with Heat Balls, Served with tossed green salad, choice of dressing, corn muffins, French hard roUs, butter, coffee or ten. for only $1.45 Coffee Shop 501 S. 4 355-50M Open 6 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. Glen's Country Style Medicine P«rk Bill OB 41 Seafnod Steaki Closed MOP Tut, Open Sun 12-9, Weekdays 5-10 Children Under 12 Snn., Wed., and Thun. Only . Old fashioned family fish fry. AJI you can eat. Tenderloin of Trout, Husli- pupples, French Fries M Cfl and Cole Slaw *"* u J SUNDAY SPECIALS Southern Fried Chlctun served Family Style with choice ol Baked Potato or French fries. Salad, and all the gravy, biscuits and. honey H CQ you can cat '- AwW 1 Party Room Available ·/ Call Joe or PCKJTV Martin for Reservations Mi'dlrlne Park Lawton 529-267: 248-5155 Presenting . , . LES WATSON and his Fabulous C piece show dance band "The Good, Bad, U*!y" EXCITING SIGHTS AND SOUNDS he original owners, developers and manage-" mcnt-oC The Purple Bunny Club International have purchased the corporation and pledge a quick return to its former exciting and original concept. Club International 52nd and Gore Blvd. "Great Enlertniiimcnt 7 Nights A Week" MONTEGO BAY 1125E. Gore Flamingo Room Weekday Noon Buffet Hours 11:30 'til 2:30. A variety selection of entrees, vegetables and salads. All you can eat lor $1.09. Drinks and deserts extra. Superb evening meals including steak and fisli dishes to delight everyone served 5 pm--10 pm. Fashions by PcgRy's: Wednesday 11:30-1:30 Friday 4-6 Cup Saucer Coffee Shop OPEN 24 HOURS Breakfast served all day everyday! · Also selected dishes for people on the go. Cherry Sundae Sale other flarori available Johnson's Dairy Queen '«,/ -fr^" 1 Sole good Feb 18th thru Feb 22nd 730 Ft. Sill Blvd. 2419 Gore 1211 Lee...Blvd. 4467 E. Lee Blvd. Thurs., Feb. 22 McMahon Auditorium 8:15 p.m. "THE BEST THRILLER I HAVE EVER SEEN!' The MeMahon Theatre League preients the road company production of Broadway's biggest hitf GEORGE ROSE DAVID HdMUOTD JHE SHUSH rfTTHRLBt S L E U T H $5.50 - J6.50 - $7.50 Tickets now on sale at oox office or send self-addressed stamped envelope to McMahon Theatre League, Box 522. Lawton, Oklahoma 73501. Special $3 student and military tickets available at Cameron College and Fort Sill Special Services, For information call 357-6100, Ext. S42, mw § Everyone Will Be LOCKING when you're wearing Peggy's Fashions'. Come sec the grooviest clothes In town! Weekly Fashion Shows Montego Bay Motel W«d. Noon Mr. Z Steak Inn Fri. Noon Your Playboy Headqnarlcrt la LawtM gliiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiHiiiniiigiiiiiiiiiiiioiife liailllllllllllUllilllllllliailllllllllliaimi laiiiiiiiiiiiiaiimiiimiaimiiiiiiiiaiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMiiniiiriiiiiiiibiiiiiii PIZZA VILLAGE Carhfc Road It Sheridan Now OFt'.N 7 DAYS 35.1-9515 For Order* To G« th Bullion nijnlmum pvrctiiM i pirilclpiUng APCO iti'Jow. -^ I .^ "^ · I ^^ -^" ·m^' V We want you to try'our quality petroleum products T J I , and friendly eervlco. · V a That's why wo're offering a pair of all-nude, beige v ^ glo, sheerfrom waist to toe panly hoi* for Just 79?. L ^ Try our flood Deal C3 ^ \-( lo, sneerlrom waist Try our Good Deal ;·. GOOD peat GOOD oeaie^ APCO 'W/SfMftlfiA "The 1 CASINOS" 1 i Appearing Nightly Happy Hour 4 to 6 p.m. Hot hors d' oeuvres and crieess wheel. Stag ladies' drinks free during Happy Hour. Captain's Table Mini-Buffet Served Daily -- 11:30 to 2:00 -- $1.45 Peggy'i FasKioni Featuring Live Music Wednesday 11:30-1:30 Friday* 4:00-6.00 "The CROW'S NEST" PRIVATE CLUB Montego Bay 1125 E. Gore back by popular demand "After 6" Special Monday thru Thursday Each Week During February After 6 p.m. Only--We are offering our Famous Enchilada Platter $125 Three enchiladas, one Beef FOR ONLY Taco and deliciously-scasoned Mexican Beans. Our Home- j Made Chili and creamy cheese over the enchiladas top off this tasteful Mexican dish served on a sizzling platter with a basket of crisp toasta- dos and our hot sauce. · DELICIOUS SEA FOOD · CHAR-BROILED STEAKS · F R I E D CHICKEN · DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES · THE BEST COFFEE IN TOWN Jleui RESTAURANT -EVERY BITE A DELIGHT- 11M Sheridan Road 35J-M51 Community Service ·CALENDAR* THEATRE "Sleui.li," mystery-thriller, co-starring David Havtiand and George Rose, McMahon Theatre League, 3:15 p.m., Thursday. February 22, McMahon Memorial Auditorium. "Bernstein's West Side Story," 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 21, through Sunday, February 25. Cabaret Supper Theatre, Fort Sill. RECEPTIONS Miss Law-ton Entries Tea-Reception. 2-4 p.m., Sunday. February 18, home of Mr. and All's. Dale Taylor, 4633 Meadowbrook Drive. CONCERTS Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra Concert. Roger Wat- tarn, soloist, 8:15 p.m., Friday, February 23, McMahon Memorial Auditorium. Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra Children's Concerts, co-sponsored by Lawton Junior Service League, 12:30 p.m., 1:45 p.m., Friday, February 23. McMahon Memorial Auditorium. American Folk Music in-the-round. sponsored by Lawton Schubert Music Club, 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 22, McMahon Foundation. Cameron College Experimental Jazz Band, 3 p.m., Sunday, February IS, Service Club No. 6. Fort Sill. LECTURES Ismet Sanli, ''Shifting Sands in the Middle East." 7 p.m. Monday, rebmary 19, Lawton Knife t Fort Club, Hotel Lawlojian Ballroom. CONTESTS District Vocal Solo Ensemble Contest, Saturday, February 21, Cameron College. MEETINGS I Lawton Humane Society, 7;30 p.m., Tuesday', February 20. Civic Room, Security- Bank Trust Company. (Lawton Junior Humane Society meets at same time and place.) Organizational Meeting for Lawton Ski Club. 7:30 pjn., Monday, February 26, Montogo Bay -Motel. Lawton Chamber of Commerce-Forum Luncheon, 12 Noon. Friday, Febmary 23, Hoiel Lawtonian liullroom.. State Mutual Association Dinner, 5 p.m., Tuesday,February 20, Montego Bay Motel. 1 - -, · . . . Lawton Board of Realtors, 12'Noon, Wednesday, Feb.- 1 ruary 21, Alontego Bay Motel, . Fort Sill Gunnery Department Luncheon, 12 Noon, Thursday, February 22, Montego Bay Motel. Toastmistress Club Speech Contest, 7 p_m., .Thursday, February 22, Monego Bay Motel. CONVENTIONS Oklahoma State Auctioneers Quarterly Meeting. Sunday, February 18.' Montego Bay Motel. Oklahoma - Bankers Association District -Convention, Saturday, February 24, Montego Bay Motel, A SALUTE TO VO-TECH STUDENTS CDCC SPACE IN THIS rl\E.C · ; · · : · · CALENDAR FREE This Corrmunlty Service Calender is a rcflulcr weekly feature spon- lorcd DV Iho ! ELLSWORTH ·BOTTLING CO* -INC. if'/our srtooi *· orpantzaiion hox'On-evjnT' 01 'Infcrcsi ID mo'PEPSI generation'of Lawion.and area thcf you would, like to have listed tree- ol.chnme,. write: PEPSI COMMUNITY SERVICE CALENDAR. P. O. "OX Ml, LAWTON, OK LA. JOM1.. Deadline (or Surwov oublicatlon Is orerpdlnd Thursday al noon. AIIowahi*.space* Dtus argrn ol community Inlerwl will did alt which Ittmi and how mucfr of 'the "cm will-be mod, Get That Barefoot Feeling . . . Drink MountUn Dew You've got a lot to live Pepsi's got a lot to give

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