Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1957 · Page 21
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Aims for Real Vacation COLLECTOR: Fin. Itiliin ituffid delli ind cnimtls in lour torn- pinions of Riniti Ttbildi, iht Metropolitan Optn Stir. Br W. G. ROGERS Aiiecliltd Prttt Art* Editor NEW YORK (fi -- RenaU Te- bildi repealed my question: "What will I do on vacation?" and then answered: "I will nott hink of newspapers bothered by newspaper- or be men." But the imiled when she taut It, and went on: "It will be fun not to have a telephone to answer, not to have to keep appointments with dressmaker or lawyer, or for rehearsals. "I will not have to be on trains. I will not have to watch the watch" --tappinj her wrist where at the moment, in the hotel"apartment In which she lives during the New York'season, she had no watch at aU. It is nearly vacation time for lingers, though not-quite for Miss Tebaldl. Now on tour with the Metropolitan, her first cross- country trip with it too, the appears in 13 performances, mostly before audiences that have not heard her famous voice before. Isn't 13 unlucky? "Not for me," she said. "I don't like IT, though. I am of course superstitious." . She travels with a basketful of stuffed animals and dolls, made by Lend In her native Italy, and usually strings a dozen of them up across the top of her dressing room at the opera house. She is always accompanied by her mother, here and in other I American cities, at her home in 1 Milan, at her place in the country, on vacation, on shopping trips. On tour Miss Tebaldi's mother spends much of her time hunting through local markets for the foods she knows her daughter likf«, ind whenever they can manage, even if it is only on a hotplate, she cooks for the singer. Will Miss Tebaldi read? Not on vacation. Will she sew or knit? No time for that. . Go to dances? She liles to secretary and companion, Linda Barone, "she is a very good dancer," but she doesn't indulge in it much now. Go for walks? Yes. Lie abed in the morning? Ah, that, yes! A couple of years ago when I first talked to her, she had hardly mastered a "yes" or "no" in English, bul now "learning .by ear," she said, she understands most of what she hears and can speak for herself on most occasions. For sticklers Miss Barone, who learned her fluent English in Florence, is always at hand to help. "When I sing, I see people all the time, at the opera, at parties, and so when vacation comes I like to be by myself." "I love New York department stores," she said, "even when I can't buy anything. I am too big. The siies are not right." Miss Tcbbaldi is in fact a lot of woman, as audiences see almost as quickly as they hear she is a lot of voice. Her fingers are long, pointed, expressive, graceful. Her jet black hair brings out the pallor of her face, as though she needed a vacation, In repose her features, though they are as beautiful as her photos show, nevertheless are severe. It's as if she never really Sot her mind off tueh serious and hallowed things as her music. Yet when she does relax, and break into a smile, it's as lively and interested as a child's. "I'm tired after I sing," she said. DENVER un - Elimination cf the M per cent federal amusement tax la the chief goal of the American Federation of Musicians, which opens its 60th annual convention at the Cosmopolitan Hotel -next Monday. | The t« is added to the bifls run up by patrons of establish- menta that serve liquor and provide live entertainment. James C. Fetrillo, the federation's long-time president, has said the tax eventually may throw SO,DOO musicians out of work. Stan Ballard, a federation official in charge of arranging convention details, said the tax "has us worried." « "We have written commitments from a majority of both houses of Congress to vote its repeal," Ballard said in an interview. "But Rep. Jere Cooper of Tennessee is chairman of the committee and he's keeping' it bottled up. "We don't know why. I auppose It's a popular stand with the folks back home. They don't have many cabarets in Tennessee and there are a lot of drjs." Musicians Seek End lo Amusements Levy Test Run TOMAH.- Wis. If) - Auto dealer Clyde Lund has this motto posted at his showroom: "Take it and try It out." Recently two well-dressed men, supposedly shopping for a new car, did just .that. They and the car, haven't been teen since. Carpenters Quickly End Aircad Strike COLORADO SPRINGS W-Alr Force A c · d e m y officials in- npunced late Wednesday settlement of i one-d»y strike by Cir- ptnters Union Local 51J thit hilt- ctcjlnirtlon on tie multl-mD. reported for work before the pick-1 Thursday, June 6, 1957 GREELEV TRIBUNE Ptft 11 dollar plant. - - - - ' --- ed li' Kim Jones, public Information officer, tald picket lines established by the carpenters were withdrawn and normal work would resume Thursday. Neither Jonet nor union officials would reveal the basis settlement but said the «trtie had been called off. There were reports, unconfirmed by the academy or union officials, that carpenters had rebelled at doing what was described as common labor. Jones said 9) per cent of the work at the academy, already behind schedule, was stopped bv the picketing. About a dozen workers TV sets are selling in Britain at the* rate of about 1,330,000 a year. cdme to the Met for the rest of the calendar year. After that there will be Spain, Austria, Florence's Magglo Mnsicale, another restful summer and then Caracas--that accounts for her next 15 months. ! Mist Tebaldi .made her Met de-1 out t at Detdemona in January, | 18SS. Perhaps her most popular Interpretations have been in "Tra-i viata," "Boheme" and "Tosca." N O T I C E Section 5 of Ordinance No. 990, City of Grcclcy, provides that owners of lots or tracts of land within the City limits must remove all wcedg cither by cutting or spraying, and that all dry weeds, brush or rubbish shall be removed or burned on or before June 15th. Failure to comply with said Ordinance carries penalties and cost of removal. GREELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT · Clothes Lin* Posts · "Gl" Gorboge Com · Reinforcing Iron · Troih Barrels · Fence Potti · Melol Gross-Slop Edging Thousands of Other Useful Items FREE DELIVERY IN GREELEY WINOGRADS SUPERMARKET UNK YAR 5th St. at 5th Ave. Phone 161 or 1133 I'd like to go home and j have a - s m a l l supper and get into bed. But on tour there will be parties, and here there are always a dozen or more gathered in my dressing room after the last curtain, snd then pcrhsps K, or several times as many asking for autographs on the walk outside. I like to sign for them." 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