Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 1, 1960
Page 15
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"Last Gsristjnas all of us who had a portion of the music in the show received a pice surprise check. It sort of keeps the memory warm." Fess left Disney's after four years, free-lanced in pictures, studied singing, and went into tin recording business for himself under the Cascade label. I asked him bow he'd liked being a business man after purely creative work. I wish I could »y .I'd become more expert at figures, after spending a year in the record business," he laid with a wry smile. "It was my first and last year all at the same time and I got quite a math lesson out of it. I thought there was gold in those disks, and there is. But in my case, it was like playing poker with strangers." There was so much corruption in the record business. I traveled to 35 cities and was very well received, got wonderful cooperation. But it took me a while to realize this.coopera- tioi^ I .received was for me afternoon only." "Apparently you ran into pay- pla," I said. He nodded: "They didn't mention it in those terms; the subject was referred to laughingly, like, 'Where's the bread?'-things like that. We had a small company, just getting started, and I had no intention of getting involved. So we sort of smiled and played it dumb."' He isn't planning to produce his own pictures at the moment, is under contract to Paramount, and has two firm commitments between now and November 21st "The two I did for them were both westerns and not exactly my personal choice. I'd like to mix it up a bit." He recently finished a post Civil War show. "We're in our centennial orbit where stories are concerned," he said. "I think that field is richer than the westerns which have been the gold mine of the industry. There can be 10 or 15 shows on this era without scratching me aurhce for several years." When Few first started itudy- ing voice seriously he had his eye on the Broadway theater. "I'm still kind of campaigning en my own for that," he told me. "I did a show with Ethel Merman last fall, and afterwards had a call from Lerner and Loewe. They talked to me about a show that will come along after they get 'Camelot' under way. More recently I've had a nice conversation with Frank Loesser concerning the thing. It's taken a while to get people to know I'm interested." He studied with Mario Chamlee for two years, taking lessons five days a week; has dropped it now. "Lessons from a man like that aren't exactly inexpensive, and unless you can devote the time to make that much study pay off and keep up the momentum, you're wasting time. I've gone back to tinging folk music for the present, and will never go away from singing completely. I want it as a tool when I need-it." · Fess knows what he wants in life, makes his plans after some thought and carries them out. Some time back he told me he'd live in Santa Barbara. Three months ago he married Marcy Rinehart after going steady with her for quite a long time. They bought a home in the Hope ranch section of Santa Barbara. Copyraht 1MB Gmplaints FUed In Shootings Twin complaints resulting from a tavern dispute Friday night in which shots were -fired and a shooting the next day hive bee* filed in Justice Courts. William N. Ingram, 40, of 121S E.Knox St., accused of firing a gun in the Silver Saddle, 3113 N. Campbell Ave., will appear in Justice Court 4 this morning on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. Tn*jr*!n is JLCCUSTM sf scuffliii** Friday with George Praechtl, 3«! owner of the tavern. In a companion case, Praechtl also is charged with assault with a deadly weapon and accused of going to Ingrarn's home Saturday and firing a gun at the latter. Praechtl appeared yesterday in Justice Court 1 and a hearing was scheduled for 10 a.m. Aug. 15. H« was released in $1,000 bond. Police said the trouble started Friday when Prserfitl ejected Infcr*m from the tavern. Ingram «id ** wsnted to arrest flic bur owner for assault and battery tti\A couldn't find an officer «o rt- rnrned to the tavern with * gun to make a ctfireti's nrrwit. frtlirt Mtd. nd Prwchti .«tnifel«l fired, birt m one ·we* hit. poire* s»id. Inp-a-m was streTftM. PoTtr* sirtfl Pr»«M1 twnt *o Twttw »Ms *mi trfrt

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