George Liberace Songsmiths
Music, Maestro, Please Q : , In April. 1967 1 signed a contract with George erace'Songsmitlis, Inc. in Hollywood who, for $228, were to put two of my poems to music and have the songs recorded and distributed. I paid them the $228, then heard nothing from them. Seven months later they wrote to saying they had undergone "personnel changes," but would be processing my poems immediately. Since then have'heard'nothing more -- can't gel any information. there anything 1 can do to get my money back? D. Kai amount. ctionline A. The consumer fraud division of the State General's office, 217 W. First St., Los Angeles, is you complaint forms to fill out and return to them. will then .investigate the case and advise you what recourse you may have. According to Ronald Bonaparte, Angeles attorney f o r . George Liberace Songsmiths, George Liberace refused to renew his contract with (tompjmy and they have quietly run out of assets and folded. llpwevcr, Bonaparte said, if you will send copies your "correspondence with the company to : him at 3600 Wilshire. Blvd., Suite 1902, Los Angeles 90005, he will what'he can do about getting your money refunded. attorney for George Liberaee.told ACTION LINE that musician was never paid .the amount agreed upon for of his name by George Liberace Songsmiths, Inc. and now signed a contract with a new firm, George MusJe Co., which has no connection whatever with smiljis, Inc.