Judy Stone was often on the charts in Australia from the early 60s to the mid-70s. Most of her singles were versions of current or recent releases from America or Britain (with a couple of exceptions from Sweden and Italy). Her sweet voice and pleasant personality boosted the appeal of the local product, and occasionally she would co-chart with the original version.
Further reading: Wikipedia article on Judy Stone.
Single on Gone #5021. Song copyrighted in 1958; John Howard was a pseudonym of Lee Pincus (US Copyright Office).
Co-writers Dorian (aka Ulysses) Burton & Eugene Randolph wrote A Tear Fell by Teresa Brewer (1956, #5 USA).
Burton co-wrote Still by Lavern Baker (1956) and The Fontane Sisters (1956); and Till I Can’t Take It Any More by Ben E. King (1969), Ray Charles (1970) and others.
Pincus/Howard wrote, for example, What You’ve Done To Me (Paul Anka, Alma Cogan and others) and Two Innocent Hearts (Alma Cogan).
Jo Ann Campbell was a former drum majorette from Jacksonville FA whose gloriously silly Kookie Little Paradise was a hit in Australia (#5 Sydney, #7 Melbourne, #7 Brisbane #5 Adelaide). In the US she was better known for I’m The Girl From Wolverton Mountain, covered in Australia by Dorothy Baker: see under Wolverton Mountain. PopArchives: The Blog has more on her Kookie Little Paradise