Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 6, 1964 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, February 6, 1964
Page 7
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Pog« Id fSnrilon Illy Telegram Thursday, February 6, 1*44 HEALTH CAPSULES l,v Mirl.n. I .A. IVlli, M.D. ROCKING VOUR BABY TO SPOIL HIM \ NO IT USSP TO BE THOUGHT TV AT THIS MIGHT SPOIL HIM, BUT MOST AUTHORITIES TOPAV APPROVE OF THIS OLP-FA4HIONEP TECHNIQUE. TOMORROW. E!REA*T TUMORS Hrnltli Opsulu give! Mptul infom»ti««l . U n not intnnded to b« of ii dingnoitieMtw* llalian Tenor Has Trappings Of a Success ' By BOB THOMAS' AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — "I pay my taxes here, so why shouldn't 1 onjoy living in this country?" Thus singing sensation Sergio Frnnchi explains why he is making America his home. His taxes are getting higher nil the time as his success grows in night clubs, record and television. Ho doesn't seem to mind paying. He admires the honesty of American taxpayers. 'In Italy it is different," he said. " There you wear a beard and your oldest clothes when you go to declare your income. You say you earnfd • million lire last year, and the tax collector immediately figures you earned 10 million- So you haggle back and forth until you slip some money into his hand. Then he puts you down for one million and everybody Is happy." It's different h«r«. Franchl Is now equipped with tax 'advisers, as well as a manager, a squad of agents and publicists, and all of the trappings of American success. His career has been snowballing with ' appearances in Las Vegas and top supper clubs, television dates with Ed Sullivan and Victor Borge, • 'Carnegie Hall concert, etc. The classically profiled tenor was in Hollywood for a Feb. 14 Bob Hope show. He indicated that he hopes to adopt • more sensible schedule. At least he won't have to be commuting to his home in England. He is bringing his wife * and two children to New York next month. He said he is planning to begin procedure for American citizenship. Settling In America would end an odyssey that has carried Franchi over three continents. Ho was born in Cremona, Italy, then emigrated with his parents to South Africa in 1952. He stud* ied voice and scored success in operas. But he knew he would have to return to Italy (or additional seasoning. He made his debut In Cre- nona and toured throughout Europe until he landed in England. An appearance on the television show "Sunday Night at the Palladium" proved the turning point. An RCA - Victor recording contract followed, and he was on his way. Tho hydrodaktylopsychichar- monica is one of the names of an 18th Century musical instrument — also known as a glassplel — played by rubbing the rims of glasses with wet fingers. 1,'ew Heating $y$TDI F«rPri(tOflbwfwiN» \fyleman For Any Hom«, Prt»»nt «r N»w Furn«c» Mod»l» »o Fit Any. wh«re — Ba»»m«nt, Attic. Clos»t. 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