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NAUQATITCK .DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, : 1942 Page Thr«f BEACON FALLS President of Junior Woiriari's Club SOGARRATIONING BOARDIS MWP IN BEACON IMM i.'HiK March 7— Tfui flvo '7 ',,,,,,* in town in ooiuposn ^U.r n.llonlMW board' or Urn II"' ' ?.,, v i,n vu boon appolnlud 11 ' 1 "' v'rWi'lvwi tlio approval of 1 ,,' / (-hali'iimn of tlui hoard 6" f h(l>i'' !l "|"! : J-mor; Mi'H'. < Mui'Ka rnt- Inn" " n .., i ..Hi'uii; Harold AVII- 'i l)n|1>< i-lii" | l leanhors .havn ...«,... , ,;„. various I'amlllns In 'lown I'",, . | 1(lin l wlum it buKlMH 'IU ll/lt* ii vlli linvc the chart to asslsl i iiuti'lliiilliiK " tn - sugar,' Tho " ,' i'<»r »'ti«h (H'i'Hon has boon N" i,,,,,! i,v lltu Htalo, *jj ril , r ," prrMoiit llinn tho HUgur ^"""i'.M^irv matt-rial required 'for f. iitlr'/l'Ut II IH Mimwhf tliat 'hi Hi'' m'Xl W(H>1( ll wl)l 1)(1 ? lv " * n,,< iiHi'ui>)i (i riialla with littUriiu- I'" iv •( It muilvoH" tho .rrw- Illfl'i*: NU ".....,.,'inu- will bn, hold to UP niul Mi*, William V/rohol of u ; i r''f. rnlri-hiliuul at a ,party t v in b'.nor of thou- iliiUKh- I Miry Snii. who r.olobratnd hoi 1 MI ' ii'llHtity Uri'llattouH awl HOOKH II ..nlMv'i.il'fullnwf.id '»>' tbo Hf.V'v- ' r .nt'i'i'MliiiM'titH. TlioHu prn«nnt "" ' viiici'iiiiM rtttbla, KiUhUwn ,1'S,, li..vl!«i('lilnskl,,loftii-nii(ihln- H"" 1 * • v.'..i..,....,.^!, unity 'I'ras- l..n, ; ' vA.m Klnpnaii, Jaimw (lll ,,; \iilhnny Wrohol, Mary 'Ann -; o ; ull ttn(l willlftiir Of MlHlCOn I'VlllS 1'OVlOW, !u-n,.lt uHHOolBllon will lon.l«y PvnilnK ftt Hio homo oMi-i H-HMMI Snl.la on Wolfo uvo- %m Invnr'lmuHlilr-i'rt Hoolnty of ,„, 'V,,|N cliuriMi will in'nnt ;Mpn- v .vulnx, »'t Hi" I'nnm -.of «Mi'8, "iul, dark on liurton roiut at H o' t' lock. Clioli- Al H of - 'H Kolod .limlor -oliolr or o folod ..vrnn of.Mw. l.oulH Clai'k «'» Hurton routl. T/HHC iiivsonl wiM'i- Juno anrl llovoi 1 )v Wllrnx' H.!lly -limn Mill, yilU'lolfCh 1'lHfi.q, flnrlhn Catnpbeii; Mnrbarn ci 1 , Mlldt'Hl Koon/. , Unity Kl AfMi'llia jlHttii Hill, »"!*ft}'J l i; MuHlyii I'V'PHil- 1 *"". Jl ' llilh 'T !ind Nntnljo lUvuns I'oi-lH Wile. ox SVUH Tin- ''l-hmii' lnlf!|ilinno nni'Vloo .1! lli.« Civilian [H'lVum* hefulquui'tol'9 . sellout, will bo fdoii Monday with Ihn womon and hMi Hchunl |uu>llH tukliiK ohai'Kf '» llio inonilnK frnin 0 o'clook Until' <• oVIot-k In tin' ovnnlnK, NVhori^ thn yumwi-r women of lown will tuko ovor mill I lh<' (ill 1 mill WUI-MOMH go on duly uboul 8 nV.lor.U, huvc bi-i'ii nmny volutitoorH (or lolophniH' ulUindanb, but 1 rn ore w niM-rlcd lo case tliu burden of lhw<- now ri^l^li.'rf'd, Tho inoi'u ut- IfntlanlH ri'Klslcn-d, Ihn IOHH llnio oilo siH ban lo ivinuiM otl duty. Aliy.- one wtahlriK to voluntooi* uiuy pi'o- ilu'lr nuiti'-M to olthor of ll»o' following pfrMftfiH : Mi'H. 'John' Karn- ib-m, Mrs. (icnrxt 1 l,iM»pw niul MlH« iFloivm-n Mnuidow, They will 1>0 (o rurnlHli whalovoi 1 In- fopimtUnn Is askud, I'ui'l.sh H of thn Chlltlron of Mary ly 01' si, Mluhai'PH ehurclrwlll vn llr.ly C!f>inn\llillon lu »i J }0(1 - v UninM>:lf> n'oloc.k IIHIHH oil Sunday 1V t'PK'ular monlhly. ii'Mlnis- or llic soolnty will bo hold "i D"\I Tuesday liVrtnln'K, Ibo plaoo i 1)" nmimmrf'd lator. JOSEPH BUTWILL DIES AT HOSPrf Al Mulwlll nf Hadnor uvonuo, l.M-n\r.\ plaUH MUlH, '(Hod nkhl nl st, Mary^H- hoHpltitli i-i'liiiry, (»ri.»«r u hNoMliwwUHo ^'i-n in i, i Hum nia and (lad i'o- l In Nmmatiiok roi" .'W'• yoarfl. ol' yoai'H- ho'oowluot- oudH Htorn in (Jnion (Hty, his svU'o, Victoria, 'ho ™ Hvc olillrlrnn, ihroo' dauffM- f^ Mrs, Mary Horgln and MI»H J w » llnlwlll nf NftUKuUi'oK. «» fl Jf«. KiMiMclli li, Smith -ol 1 ••Wutur- IJ llr y. nail two HOUM, KPank -and ''^K" iiiiiwiu or NauftatuoU,- «'• Mulwlll wan a oornmunloftitt Mary'M church,- Union fllty, fi HK'iiihrr of Km St. l lilll| na»!/«M sf.olfly, Tluv' holil I'j'orn tho • K i M)mi , t M ,, 0 - N orlli"-Main Jlri 'fl, llim« will in* uivnmiueod laiot 1 , may null at Mm funeral p, m. Su'mlay, OBITUARY u , AUs-.s . N ^i'(l WIIH puiHilvod' horo today of '!" <l'-;dh in Miadlotown yontorday ; Miss HOMO MoClabo, a slatoi 1 ol r <*. Jftiucfl T. Mnhor of 108 Olil'l l};fl ' ( 't. NiuiKnUiok, Tho (tmoi'ftl will . (| "'UI Mondny ifiornln^fronr H-ho P^Wil.'in funonil.homo,'High -ftti'oot, .nlmotiHon;. Mvort 'SvcinHbn', Vornon (lustafHon,- YiiKvn ; (lolH»soh,, OHcar loluiNon, Ai i l •>(bh > nHdn} I> Aridrow, Ah- loi'Hon; -Mrhv (iabrirnfion, JoMoph MO. Ndyaok, GuHtavo' Uort;6l.4on, s '"'Mat- linw A. HrlbkHon, Uaymond R, Stln- on, ,1,- Danlul Koonsi, : NVlUlanv T. lom-oy, tliiHtav M. .fohnaoMj PrltH ohnHOii, I0d Anderson, :Tetldy 'J/hr- iiox,, v\rt Andornon, Stowart-'Dahlln, MarthV llan.Hon, Wollos Melor,- Prank '--••"--- :y, • 10;.' H. McCiovorn,^Arthur -. , i 1 Almnr Svons'on, ''-llohry Wahlfltrom,' Acdlan plsoriV Rucly'An-. Ini'Hon, VValla'c(i j'ohnribn, llonry Hilka, Art • NoLson,' Pat" 'Sovorfjon/; "Alice Sofberg Feted At Shower . Almoi 1 SvouBon ol 1 " :IH1 W al n u.t Htj'oof wuH-'toiulorod a ' hattri'ubt'' by or hlH-iViondH at . $u'IJIvaW Inn 1 WodtiOHday 1 nlKht, llo Was' prftscnt'ed — ' Itb u walohV'-CtoH .,, .,_ sorvc'd rtH'-'tcittHtntiiHtoK .;•'• <:.•••-:••• .''• f rhOHO nrcwont wore: Carl . "\\'. WofnpHon, David SwohlHon,' ; C MlHH Alloo Sol'b'QrKi' daughter of Mr.'' and- -Mrs. 1 ' Go'drgo SollVoi'g of sti'oot- 1 wi\a •' fetod at-'a mln- uuilnnuouH 'Hhowor •'liqUl ••Thursday vojihig at. lh«' homo' 1 6f ! »\llfis ; Alice fiirVay on I'Olm strnot.'MlsH 'Murray hcj -MlHft'-nutlV 1'i'renhan 1 'woriV'ho'st- sflbs'ior tho'• ovonlng 1 . ; Ml'ss-'-Solbors will bi3 marrlod 1 to ,lolm McDonald 'if Long ''Island' lii : tho noar I'uturo. ThOHo prosont-woi'o: Mlasos Mar- s'arol, Swocinoy; Ho^on Mai, Ma; 1 '- volyn Oalvln, Oraco WooclHold, -Mrs, uirolil Anckn'son, Mrs',' ' Dayton ihorldan," Mrs. '-'Thomns DoNvling Hid MIHS09 ; Alioo Murray and Betty jronhaii,' '' . MISIDTING OF 11AMQNA COUNCIL A innoLInK of Hamona council, D.- >f p,, will bo hold Monday evening it 8 o'clock In Goodyoar hall. »AMTY AT ICOMONDSON HOME MrA, W, J. lOdmoiulHon of Oalpliv Hl'rorit will bo hosloss this ovonliiKfil; i party to bo held at her homo. It uul boon previously unnounood-that- ho ovont svould tako place on- riunwlny evening. VACATION IN I< Mr. liiitl' Mrs. Ray Molbourno oi; ... Melbourne) court arc spending a cw. woekH 1 vacation in Florida. NOW AT CAMP PKNDLKTON PVl. I'idward PV Dajn'orowlc-/ of ..uiKatuek/'Who haH been stationed it Port •'AdiimA, \\. T. Is now 'at iamp ' Pondiclon, Virginia Boach, k'fti'" ' ' ' ' l •HUTU ANNOUNCED • Mr. and Mrs. ,Ioa'opl\ Momihnn of Oaflt Watorbury road announce .ho birth of : a son at St. Mary's \ospltal. Watorbury, on Saturday, . n r i I I . • . N IIO.STON •'"OH WKEK-KNI) KrunU Smith of Bradley street oft today for Boston where ho vlll spend Urn wock^oiul, IS1TING MKLATIVKS-. John McBrldo of the Y. M, C. A. a-spoiHlInw tho wook-oncl with rola- Ivos I iv Wa tor town, Mass. And Slices : A favorite kitchen sport'can be varying moat plo "id.V.ers." Bis- •oij'lt 'iiiay. bo cut iii i-ounds^ dla- MlondHi' ct'osconts; or hearts. Sometime-''try 'em In • doughnut shape. Mushed'Mweet or white, potatoes are,-happy' 'work-evading 'tops, too. Hal A meat' loaf ' change I Pat moat- loaf -mix' 'out on waxed paper 'onb-linir Inelrvth'ick, spread '. witli bread' dressing -containing, . raisins and celery. Roll up like jelly roil 'and :• bake. Tasty;! ...-.;.•; • ' : ' ' • , - ' _'• ... Call: it- "calico .-hash" ' oi\ what, you will, but 'try I'pldlng a 'skillet- I'ul qi 1 Nyeli-bt'.ownbd corned ''.beef sii 1 ' oyerl'fyko ah "•' ornolot with a llng "bf-'buttorua ,cubo'd> beets in the middlo.-'' 1 _ . '.'What Every Hostess" Shquld Know 11 " Inol'uclcfl- a'clvlce'.bn -giving Uio'cai'vlng host' h-plonty- o! 1 ', elbow ronm.- csivo lilm mi ample • meat plat'tor Witli room • to : carve ~ and soi'yo with ease; plauo Uip'^garniHli on the sides awny from 'the '••'cai'ver, arid : Lhorn'M. be <i kiss-for-tho'-rfiook- J)eam In Ills oyc. - IJV^H"»'~ BJ- i •""« * MI . ^t r. • . Mrs. Stophon SI tar'of C|uirch street, i eoullned lo her 'homo -with tho TTENDED KUNEHAL Krod Mowroy of'Rockwoil nvonuo i in WIIIUirnBpoi't. Pa., whoro ho at- uided tho fiinorai-pf l>lH'inqlhcr on WM, WOOD ILL NVMl'lum-Wood of Tqllus square Is on'flnoil to his home by' Ulnoss, VrrD.M) HOCKEY CAME Among tho 'NuugatuCk fans who -•"' tittoiul tho hockoy'gamo in, - id, Mass., this evening II10 Now Ha Von.' Eagles and itfflold liidlaiis aro Mr. and M'rV'llaVQUJ ' Mdftonuld, Mr. and Mi'8. Patrick Sugrup, Joseph and Ahgollno Manglno, Mlolmpr Moraskl - •• • Mariano,: LOCAL /IB MISBTINCr A mocllns of Local 4 t ; ,01- -WorltorH of America, will \ „» ir.fl at' 2 o'clock tomorrow altcr- ,oon IM St. Oeorgo'B hall Llndon 11 - fjity -A ropoi't on tho having Ol.iq,-will bo tuok : clologatos.' oloctod Ul . tho~Na\igaUioU" aunlor: nliib at'.u^'mooting- -hoUl; •;;,Vmv. nVnobn- ' '(n) ^'lasOnlc j u i||. Miss Orcon- slicooocls. ^oyoc "o'fhoi'B oloctod wore: Melon Noyos,- viS'-ui-Oflldont;' Barliara ' ^rennan, VllJl'"l"'' pll<l ' ' •» ». .'.;;.„ ;, rt l T\rt»*ft\»rin Mnry Mai'Karoi Miss .Dorothy Dixie commlttoo, B?d V pipa" linont or-apnunoroo. Stuffings with- '-'"Issxat"'- -(newly aocepte'd' ; term for•'••• 11") have brbwnod .chopped.!'-. sausage . added with 1 'the ;pensonlngs', : '.lJso; in boned bi-east" anri' 'slVburtlcr ciiLs of • lamb and-voal, .and In many other bonod outs: - - • \-'. When preparing hamburg steak, try .adding .an- 'equal quantity of ground-raw potato -to'- inako the dlsli scorn dliTorent-from-ordinary. To ponny-pinoh- your, fu'oJ 'bills, choosa a vegetable to accompany yoiir roast and that will ovon-coolc right along 1 witli It. Say, spinach In ' Casserole, baked . onions or s(|Liash, or uscnlloped tomatoes. •Use those flavorful sausage drippings by adding in place of l)litlpr- to green •• beans. Or 'mix wi'th vinegar ' and -pour' over lot- tucn for a wilted salad. Go "whole-hog" whon buying ham. Truo economy for small fam- illos lies in buying-'a: whole ham. DiVldod Into \threo .parts by your mcat> doalor, H. 'supplies butt end for baking, shank for simmering, center slices' for 'broiling. Whole hunifl cost less'per pound than ham hought"by 'tire ;sllce.- : H'fi smarllTt's patribtio to start the l'amlly"off< right aaolr mornlnff.' Sorve-'ern simply but' include fruit in season, a 1 o.hoice -of' -cereal-,- br-cnkfnst meat or., eggs prcpared- in a snappy now form, and good coffee 'or milk.' Listen, a -champion, .biscuit' maker says to new : brides, don't mix- flower -and -.shortening too well 1 , don't- 1<nead'. ; biscuit. >dough' ''-for. 1 m'oro than 30 seconds, ixncl'-bo sure lard "is • your 1 ' •shortening Hamburgers- or satisago calces will'got tlbho' i; lri thtf middle -if 1 .you cut 1 a hole In- the center,' doughnut: fashion. Gives 'env • a 'wide- eyed- look, too. Hold on to tiroso bacon- drippings I Clarify and" use" this rich fat-'-for'pastry HlVoi'-tohlng; and for cakes 'or-' cookios " flavored with molasses-, It's- a- bit- 'too dennito in personality, though, :for more delicately-flavorocr products. . Onr'nlslies for you' 1 moat plat tor should be edible 'and 1 simple, sx> |.hdy : 'don't talco a lot of last-minute' work. A hot-meat garnish should :bo ono that heat- doCsn-t affb6t,\ • MISS JOYCE' BEKKY-- Miss'Joyce' Horry, daiif/liler or Mr.-'nnd iMrs. Miles L. Hcrry. of 10'fl .Walnut s'd'cel, prosidont of l,ho .NaunuLiKik Junior Woman's Clul), is a inemhci 1 of the Senior cliiss'or'-Nttu'onliick- lllijli"School 1 , w.h'crc she'is rin ou'lsitiiidiiifl .shul'iiiii'Unnd' ono of tho mosl popular younfj' ladies in :Muvinsli(.ntion of loni'iilnu. Followiiifr-Iioi' nradiitUioii in ;Jnno Miss Perry. will take' an advahcM'.d course in husincss education. , .Miss Btirry. was-'cli'nirihiin"'oM.hu*social' coinmiliftc oi' Ui'c 1 Junior Woman's Club l>«l ; oi'« 'jissuniliur-the ollicc of its prosidino olUcci- and i.s also oiie ol' tho social ussislanls on llui stuiV ol'thc N. II.;: S. .1JM2 Class Book. She; was horn in Montoui'sviHc, Pa., nntl chine- to Niuifjniliick wllli hoi- parents in jn.'l,'}. .. . • •- , • ; Soda / and Persona / Garden Dept. To Meet Monday at 3 A mocLi'ng of the ^Garden' dcpar.t- mont of the Naugatuck , Woman's club 'will", be held Monday at 3 o'clock in:,the Children's library. Mrs. WHlianr'-'Noblo will- preside. The subijcct for the session will bo "Creating '.Picturesque 1 Boadsiclcs." Earl A. Wood-..Connecticut.state engineer of roadsidc'clcvelopincnt, will lie the 'SR MRS. HOUSEKNECHT WORTHY MATRON New Officers Will Be Installed March 9 By Mrs 1 , Euth Jones And Staff Mrs. Robert Hous'oknoclif, was elected worUvy- matron -of- "Evergreen chapter, Order of the Eastern Star at the meeting of the. chapter held Thursday evening. She •'sii coced Mrs; - B.ay in o n d Car 1 s o n '•Others ••elected were: .Worthy ti-on Robert" Fenn;' associate tron, -Miss .Ruth.- J-Iagpplan; associate patron, Seabnry S. ; Hun-, gorfard,- sccj-el.ary, Mrs. Valesca B, Downcs; .treasurer, -Mrs. Armstrong. Durr;, conductress, Mrs. Paulino Grover; and associate con- cluetrbss, Mrs. Marion Nels'Oir. :• pa- ma- Vietoty Gardens Very Important This year,' : great : stress is being placed upon-.v'ictory gardens. Three large -kitchen .'gardens:.are being staged by : the >$S'sex: ; County Agricultural sch'ooll- the" Worcester North high schooj-'and the Jamaica 'Plain--hlgli school' In addition, exports will be on hand- to. show by demonstration'''the various garden operations/to. answer all questions and to make free soil tests. > Klowcrs are being stressed as important in • Victory Gardens, too, and more than dOO lovely displays will show how.--.anyone can--plan to make his own property, large or small/ beautiful. Under the direction, of'.-Mrs 1 ;- -Irving C. Wright of Chestnut Mill, .tho Garden Clubs have arranged for a series of small and simple gardens of fruits and rioworH showing; what can 13.6 done with, a very small outlay of cash and time. '.-'•.' . Orchids "are .-'again • emphasised; this year-with"-a triple display from-the American Orchid society, Mrs." M. Ida- Young :of Longuieadow and -Ecl- •win S. Webster, president of the society. Roses hr ; c featured 1 too, for, in addition -to- .the .parade • of '•Jong- stemmed beauties , there .will be -a demonstration -of the 'modern • use of -roses-in' the homo, as wclhas a wedding .scene -with a- background- of roses.'All in all, 173 displays 1 have been planned by Arno ••• -Nehrllne, show, manager. - . • .The''new .officers will he'officially installed at a meeting on March 9 hy Mrs', Bulb' Jones, of Watcrbury, past'worthy grand matron of Conand • staff. CANBIDATESlFOK PLYING CADETS Mr, Knlpli S. Pasho'. At Obngfegational Parish House r Sponsored By Am- \ . - . ' . • . i 1 .«r t i i . ' l -i * • ." i • . . ericari Students' ; Assn. -. Jiian-'Na«arian,, !yo\mg Amorican composer and pianist; 1 •- will'•• be'-•presented by tiie • Arnieniair' Students 1 association in a recital : "Sunday ' : a'f!*- :ternbom : April -iaiV^a't ; 3.:00;^»,' the .Congregational parish •; lip/use.-' . Mr', "Nnssarlah, caliod; : bhii-'.qf.: the foremost pianist's'- of?Arm'enia : , is 1 a pupil of Isidore Phiiiip--Robcrt-Cas- aclcsus anc| Naclia Boulanger. 'puring Ills career/ he has.gl.ycii"concerts in such metropolitan centers as Paris, London,' Stockholm', Gairb an'tl Athens';-am'png' others. : Wlien"Llrti:'present war iri Europe, began,- Mr: Isjazarian's 1 cngageinent as soloist' wi'th '-thovParis':" P.hilhar- monlc -'Symphony ' prclieslra-'' was oancelled and 'he- cairie' to 1 A ; mei'Jca (,o make concert tours. This is' )iis second''visit to this country. RADOLIFFEINA Two of the most, ..famous college singing groups in 1 ' the^ world, the Harvard:Glee club-and tlnvRadclit'fe Choral •'•fi.ocicty, -,will ; join forces- on riiursday evsning, March- 42, at Sanders theater in Cambridge, to present, a concert thali will be broadcast throughout -New England by the' Frequency Modulation stations of'the ' Yankee Network, W-'i »13, B as to n; an d' W39D, M L. WashIngton;• at 8 :J5 p. nV. This :• concert 'is 'one 1 of-' the first in a .scries- by famous college musical groups- of'New -England being broadcast' on Frequency •• Modulation;' The Intercollegiate Network, comprising; many of the major colleges' of New England, has shown interest in carrying this program. The March 12 concert will "feature the great choral • music of Mozart*, Hacb.'and Palestrina and will mark l,bo. premiere of ."The Defense. of CorJnl.h, n: music wri.tten to. a text from Rabelais, especially .for the Harvard Glee club, by Elliott Carter (1-larvo.rrl '30). ; : • ., • The Harvard and Radoliffo choruses are.famous for their rendition of the world's best music. These are no ordinary glee clubs where college students get together to '.sing •'Clemenline'"and "Down by the Old Mill Stream." The Harvard Glee club and RadelinV Ch'oral. society are serious; music-loving groups whose standards' are so h'igb that for- more than 25 years they have been invited," annually, to sing with the Boston Symphony orclicstra.- Programs are varied and- include, besides the classic's- Gilbert'and Sullivan," 1 the work 'of new composers, selections; from the gay operettas of Offenbach a'ncK Strauss, and folk songs from every corner* of the world, '.•'•"•' 1 Many students come- to Radcliffe principally to sing^l" the'Choral society. This-year one-fifth of the students enrolled in.- the college arc found at "Choral" three nights weekly. 1 • •"•'"„' At Harvard, more men try out for the Glee club each .year than try out for the football team. This year tliore arc 250 members. . One big reason for the popularity/as well as,for the high quality of these choruses is Conductor O. Wallace WoodworMn known to one and all as "Woody." Woody's approach to music, while exacting and' ardent, is distinctly not',' highbrow or stuffy, and'he enlivens rc- bearsals with his wit and humor. He has been known to stop proceedings -while- he 1 imitates' a bull nddle. • '- ? ••'••.-.' The Sanders theater concert is one of the- high. spots of the-, year for both the Badcliffc and Harvard ,Glco clubs. This.year's program, besides the. music of- Mozart, Pales- •|,rimi, Bach, and .the Elliott Carter premiere,^ will include choruses from Chcrubin'i poems from Wall, Whitman..-set to music, choruses from 1 Offenbach; and folk'songs. Wife Preservers Wash rugs will lie flat if they iuxi pflt to ide clown on a HAMILTON His Trumpet And His- Band. > > Admission (tftv incl.)» RETURN TO AIR OM \vill bo, tntorYioNvcd • oil ; women ^s '' ' "" " '" . During her 15-year .career on : tho air, ,Miss vVinlcV has ' won Ih'o applause of, A.. -vast' ;iriny of women. listeners for her common-sensible j advice 1 on beauty as well as for he" lj( dcbxmKfrig: of excessive claims for " cosmetics. . "' •'•' ' l Lessons In Loveliness'' To Be Heard Tuesdays And Thursdays . New- York, March 7—Noll- VinicU, .radio's best-known authority on beauty ..and charm,, will return to the air with a. now • "Lessons in .Loveliness" series Tuesday, March 1 .1.7, 'over AVEAF, The programs are to be--broadcast regularly on Tuesdays and Thursdays from J2:l-5' to* 12:30 p. m.; BWT, In addlt.ion to talks on the hows- and whys of beauty in wartime, Miss Vihlck plans to keep listeners Informed of tho. week-by-woek elTects of material shortage and .priorities and allocations' on cos- .meMcs, drcss and tilet. • Miss Vinick's return to the air comes after a month-long- absence —her first in over 15'' years of broadcasting—during- which ; she undertook extensive surveys of priorities and allocations in their relations to beauty-aids, fashions and ; diet. . Interviews with noted guests and slqries of .great men and their wives' arc to be regular features. On March .17 Felix Mendelssohn and his wife are to be the ' story subjects, and Miss .loCopelnnd, one of' the outstanding U. 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