The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 97
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 97

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 97
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TMBASUMB Find burfed gold, Hirer, coins, treasures. 5 F CM3I ' M)HO«», HOUSTON, TEK, 77011 STAR PROFILE/By Gloria Paternostro The King Family s Ric and Cathy: We Arent All Alike! Family disagreement isn't unheard of. Right now, the length of the boys' hair is under fire, bringing the King Family into line with millions of other not-so famous families Who are the people in the King Family? Are they all alike? What holds them together? To get some answers, I went to watch them taping a television show—and ran right into a "King" named Ric De Azevedo. "I'm about to rap dance on your fingers." warned Ric, his eyes laughing. Handsome Ric is Alyce King's 24-year-old son. With some King Cousins, he was going to sing and dance on a table at which I sat. Ric is full of fun, friendly, outgoing. He switches quickly from serious concentration to lighthearted banter, and has a knack for relaxing people. He is, maybe, the King Family's top candidate for individual stardom. "It's downhill all the way from now on!" he declares at 9:30 a.m. on a day that started for him at 4 a.m. "It's like being in the Army again." He moves jerkily, to convey (he impression of a robot. "Sometimes I do feel as if I'm losing my identity. But really I love it- love it and hate it! Young and unattached, Ric has an eye for the girls. "I'm looking for Jhe earthy, mother type. I'm a good cook. It's hard to find a girl these days who can cook better than I can. And it would be great if she really dug music. But I'm not ready for marriage. I couldn't take on the responsibility until I am more sure' of where my career is going." Now Ric is more serious. "I'd like to make records and sing alone. I love this business." Behind the clowning, Ric really does want to be a star. He is a real pro in front of the TV cameras. And his charm remains intact. He has a built-in public relations instinct that allows him to be gracious under pressure. "I room with John and Ray," he tells me. "And they're the people I'd choose to spend my time with anyway. We have a lot of laughs. One time the family stopped for a snack, and we made bets on how much it would cost. You know, it came to $ 112!" Family disagreement isn't unheard of. Right now, the length of the boys' hair is under fire, bringing the King Family into line with millions of other not-so-famous families, "I can't understand that," says Ric. "How can a woman with short, cropped hair complain about our long hair? That bugs me," He was talking about Yvonne King, his aunt. Business decisions are taken seriously. Everyone sits in on production meetings, makes suggestions and shares the responsibility, "We take a vote on everything," says Ric. "And it works out pretty well." Because of their much publicized closeness, it's easy to think the King Family is composed Ric and Cathy: "You walk a fine line between business and family—and the family usually wins out" of identical personalities. It isn't. Cathy Cole Green for example, is vastly different from Ric. She is a little tense and very shy. With her long, blonde hair, blue eyes and generously proportioned figure, she is striking indeed. She has a voice to match. Yet she lacks the self-assurance of cousin Ric. "I'm so nervous when I have a solo. I'm more comfortable singing before thousands of strangers than the family," she admits. "They're my relatives, and I want their approval." She gives me one of her shy, lovely smiles. "I'm taking singing lessons now, so I guess I'm serious about a career." Cathy relaxed and came alive when she spoke of her marriage to television executive Jim Green. "Show-business marriages can be difficult when both partners are in the same field. In our case, there's no competition because I'm a singer, and he's in production." When I complimented her on her singing, she looked doubtful. "I want to prove myself," she had told me. "I'm a perfectionist." She is determined to give her best-exccpt that, by her standards, her best is never good enough. Ric, on the other hand, has a sense of humor big enough to overcome most obstacles. But he is less patient than Cathy. "I hate to keep rehearsing something 1 know well because someone else gets it wrong. And I don't really care for some of the family numbers." Does he ever refuse to do something he doesn't like? This was probably the only time I saw Ric frown, "Of course not! You can't do that! You walk a fine line between business and family —and the family usually wins out." And that, 1 think, says it ail. Q 14 Family Weekly, October 3,1071

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