Stockton Evening and Sunday Record from Stockton, California on May 28, 1968 · 31
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Stockton Evening and Sunday Record from Stockton, California · 31

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i m -ur- lwr - ! "rt n it B Mil SHOW PROFIT CLEAR FOR ACTIVITIES Delta to Give Playwriting Course in Fall 'Its Exercise A Mae West's Sex Appeal Hasn't Faded All raised in the sale of tickets to the Rowan and Martin variety-benefit next Tuesday for Stockton Police-sponsored youth activities will be used entirely for programs. Its the greatest return for dollars given a single event," exclaimed Harvey Mullen, general chairman of the event, and every d o 1 1 a r will go straight to the kids ... for programs for the next -three years if the show is a sell-out!" Ticket chairman Mrs. Don Stewart reports good response to initial sales efforts. This week teams of young people who have benefited from the police department pro grams will start calls. on Stockton area business firms. Already a dozen ticket agencies have been established to help work for a sellout by June 4. Among the agencies are : Miracle Music, Fuhrmans, Webers town Box Office, Ward Tylers, Union Safe Bank, .the police department, and from Box 411, Stockton. Mullen said those individuals or business and professional firms purchasing tickets but not attending can donate tickets for All those plays which so many people are always going to write will have no excuse to remain unborn when registration opens next fall for a new evening course in playwriting at Delta College. Incipient playwrights will find incentive aplenty in the format planned for the course, including a class reading for each manuscript and experimental production in the theatre workshop for superior manuscripts. Emphasis in the course, according to drama and speech instructor Robert Twiggs who will teach it, will be placed on stimulation of each students critical and creative abilities. This will be done by first analyzing and studying basic dramatic forms and then by writing original plays. Student work will receive both individual and. class criticism, Twiggs points out. The class, which offers three units of college credit, may be repeated a second semester for credit. use by area young people who might not be able to attend the show. sue 30C 30C OPENING TONIGHT! By DON FREEMAN HOLLYWOOD "I was the first sex symbol, said Mae West, the words flowing lightly, insinuatingly out of the comer of her mouth. And I was the first to use the word alone in a play I wrote called Sex. Before that, it was a word in, yknow, medical books, or people said, The fair sex. The newspapers wouldn't even print the title in die ads. They said, See Mae West in That Certain Play, but that was in another day, another time. . . . Mae West! There she sits primly well, almost primly on a sofa in her luxurious sixth-floor apartment in Hollywood. The decor is all chasity white. On one wall hangs a- nude portrait and on the white piano rests a nude statue both are, of course. Miss West and atop a record player is her recent Way Out West" album wherein she sings, in her inimitable fashion, rock n roll songs. AGELESS EYES Mae West! Looking at you through very clear eyes with their glint of delicious candor they are ageless eyes, very blue-green. She wears a floral dressing gown and her platinum curls topple over her shoulders. The book says she'll soon pass her 75th birthday but who wants to believe everything you read? Here, feel the skin on my MAE WEST T Have Mine BAZAARS, FOOD SALES. BENEFIT CARD PARTIES, AND RUMMAGE SALES COPY DEADLINE 2 P.M. TWO DAYS preceding publication THE STOCKTON RECORD IS NOT RESPONSIILE FOR ADVERTISING TAKEN IT TELEPHONE. arm, feel the skin on my neck," she says. In both areas, the skin is soft and as taut as a banjo string. She looks pleased, this new darling of the college crowd, who flock to her old movies and send her presents, such as diamonds. Exercise honey, she explains. Im always exercisin. And I have my diet. One steak a week. One egg a day. Don't smoke, don't drink. Lots of salads with subtle dressin.' No white bread. No canned goods. Its all to keep my measurements and to keep me in my 20s. A throaty giggle. I used to be 26. Now I'm 28. Whatever her age, the indestructible Mae is full of fire and plans. Theres her first television special, for instance, which will be turned out for Universal TV by Robert Wise, who also produced Sound of Music. Did a? sums m hb wm Winner of Golden Globe Award! BEST PICTURE ooo r LARGER THAN UFE-AND POSSIBLY TWICE AS SHOCKING! - Saturday Ravtaw SANDY DENNIS KEIR DULLEA ANNE HEYWOOD AS EUXX MARCH IN DlH. LAWRENCES THE' TEN YEARS AGO THIS MOTION PICTURE' COULD NOT POSSIBLY HAVE BEEN MADEI EVEN A YEAR AGO -THE FOX-COULD NOT HAVE BEEN MADE.... NOT QUITE THIS WAYI A RAYMOND STROSS PRODUCTION in RwciUian with MOTION PICTURES INTERNATIONAL, DC VULBM JOHN CARUNOrtHOWMO KOCH .taMNM-TMiv a H lAWRBWE-AMailvIMVUONOSTinSS-OwwirMARK RVOOL mvhm. Color brDCtft -nw OARIBGC PICTURES TOMORROW : THE FOX SHOWN AT 1:10, 1:10, 10:10 THURSDAY (Memorial Day) 12:10,. 2:10, 4:10, 6:10, S:10, 10:10 SATURDAY: 1:10, 3:10, 8:10, 7:10 9:10, 11:10 SUNDAY: 2:10, 4:10, 8:10, 1:10, 10:10 C0NT1NENTA sfAUNG RRANGEMEN, STAG GERE DjO h ERECLVlEWINfi OFlTHElSCREEPJ- OOO fflH' ooo ooo she anticipaTe any trouble with the, uh. censors? Censors? Miss West smiled. Are they still around? Maybe not in the movies, but in television. I never had trouble with the censors, Mae said. They were my friends. Theyd come with me to see screes from my pictures and they'd laugh and scream and then they'd say, Oh, Mae, thats gotta go!! But I never did anything in bad taste. I'm a person of good taste. Im regal and subtle. I never disrobed like some do today. It's my personality. It's not what I say, its the way I say it. FUNNY The way she says it Is soft, languid, purring and wonderfully funny. The time on radio, when I played Eve and Don Ameche was Adam, she said, eyes wide hi mock astonishment They approved the script but I must've put somethin into the words when I said em. And I said to Charlie McCarthy, 'Come on up and I'll let you play in my wood pile. Whats so terrible about that? I'll say something innocent like Too much of a good thing is wonderful and the critics squirm in their shoes. They wanted me to do an advice to the lovelorn show," Miss West resumed. "It would a been like educational TV. Id answer questions that puzzle women, like how do you hold a man? I always say, In your arms, honey, -in your arms, I tell em the ground rules 'Love thy neighbor but not they neighbors husband.' Its all psychological. But I turned it down. My audience doesn't want me at a desk, with only 5 per cent showin. They want to see .me movin' around. Somehow the conversation drifted to sex personalities, a descriptive phrase that struck her fancy. ELVIS TOPS Elvis Presley is the No. 1 sex personality of the day, Mae said. "Sinatra is a sex personality but only when he sings. Dean Martin is a sex personality and so is that big one from Cheyenne Clint Walker. But you dont have to be big James Cagney was always a sex pep sonality. Art League Elects Slate; Plans Exhibit Helen Garfolo has been named president of the Stockton Art League for the 1968-69 sea son. Other officers will be Raoul Mora, vice - president; James Carlisle, recording secretary; Yuma Price, treasurer; and Jeanne Robertson, corresponding secretary. The Stockton Art League will have its June meeting at the reception Sunday for the 18th annual spring exhibition in the Pioneer Museum and Haggin Galleries when new officers will be installed and awards made for the art show. Sherwood Opens Tomorrow Night With The Fox The Sherwood Theatre will open tomorrow night with the Canadian film, The Fox, an adaptation of D. H. Lawrence's novella. The theater is located at 321 Yokut in the Sherwood Manor Shopping Center. It is owned by ARC Theatres of California Inc. Harley Lee is manager of the theater. The Sherwood is an 800-seat theater. 4 4 J 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I THREE OF THE GREATEST TOPLESS DANCERS EVER CHA CHA. OUT A AND ANITA NOW APPEARING NIGHTLY at the w I TAHITI ITI 46 S. MONROE Ballet Pupils in Recital LODI Ballet pupils of Raetta Marengo Schatz will present a recital at. 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in St. Anne's Hall. The second annual event will be presented in five parts, featuring each age grouping. STARTS TOMORROW This Feature Mual Female Aim tALBA'A CLAUCE m! paaa hl! wv? -win . ir . -.- ALSO PLAYS AT 10:40 CUNT EASTWOOD FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE Trio of Plays Closes Season at Lincoln High Stockton (Calif.) Record 31 Tui., May 28, 1968 - Lincoln High School drama students will close their season this week with three one-act plays presented together as Three in One. The trio, which will open at 8 o'clock tonight in the Lincoln Little Theater on the high school campus, will be "Sorry, Wrong Numbe r, a mystery; The Torch Bearers. a comedy; and Bury the Dead. a protest play. Tom McKenzie, director of drama at Lincoln, has staged the plays. Additional performances will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow and at 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday. MoviftTiMU I 1 fTh following schadulas are supplied by the managamant of the theatars and tha Record cannot bo rnponiible for errors due to laft-minuta changes.) 6 Little Theaters TONIGHT Lincoln High School Three TUESDAY'! PROGRAMS Etouire Enriln. Summer, 7 pm. Around the World in M Days, i:30 p m. Fa Smashing Time, 7:30 p.m. No Way to Treat a Lady. 0:05 p.m. Motor Movies Battle Beneath the Earth, 8:3 p.m.. 12:21 a.m. Tha Powar, 10:32 p.m. M Thaatre Flash Eaters. 8:45 p.m. Thrill Killers. 10.23 p.m. Ma-cumha Love. 12:04 a.m. Ritz You're a R'S Hoy Now, 7:20 p.m. The Gradual. 1:30 p.m. Steckton Elvira Madigan. 7:30. 1.40 p.m. Village- Jungle Book, 7. I.H p.m. Charlie tha Lonesome Cougar, S.4S p.m. Suntat (Lodi) Danger Route, 6:53 p.m. Scilphuntari, 1.45 p.m. West Lane Tha Happiest Millionaire. 1:54 p.m., 1:24 a.m. Tha Appa-loose, 11:45 p.m. . i i I in One, 8 o'clock, Lincoln Little Theater. TOMORROW Lincoln High School Three in One, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S CHANGES Sharwaod The Fox. S. S. 10 p.m. M Theatre Carmen Baby. S p.m.. 12:55 a.m. For a Few Dollars Mora. 10:40 p.m. Argentina has a universal and compulsory draft system requiring one year of military service. 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