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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 2011 JV'orthChristmas JVund F.yncheon A1 Natale with his brother and sister-in- law. Fred Carangelo Humanitarian Award winner A1 Natale (center) with Jim Luisi, (left) and Ted Tomasone (right). I"t Lady of Boston Angela Menino brings greetings from the mayor. Jim Luisi and M.O.S.E.S. President Joe Dorant. AlLy THAT ZAZZ Mary N. DiZazzo The Bombshell is Back Ciao Bella, Oh what I wouldn't give for those Jayne Mansfield thighs! Or even the coy smile of Claudia Cardinale! True bona fide bombs if ever who could steal a man's heart. The giggly Marilyn Monroe flopping down on a soft mat- tress of down. Jean Harlow's platinum hair carried that drop-dead sex appeal in the 1933 film "Bombshell" Frol- icking fountain girl Anita Ekberg. The swinging hips of the redheaded firecracker Ann-Margret could sway an Army. Anna Nicole Smith brought us back to the days of the "siren" diva. The ulti- mate sensual, steamy but always classy Sophia Loren has melted many hearts! All in all, the "look" is backH From the runways in Milan, Mad Men's Joan to Kim Kardashian's "get ready for a bumpy night" curvesH Real glamour is timeless. The pin-up potential look for Old Hollywood glare is easier to achieve today than years ago. You can find all sorts of make-up tricks from the beauty mags or even the make-up counter gals themselves. First of all, well arched and not thin eyebrows are a must. Dark liner on top and bottom of lash lids will bring out your eyes. A smoky color in the crease and a frosty light highlight just below brows will add that smolder- ing look. Then with all the product out there for volumizing eyelashes -- go to it! Experiment and take time. There is an inner siren in all of us!! Pile on the lash!H And now the hair -- big, poufy loose tresses (don't laugh -- those "Bump-its" really work!) Va-va room bouffants will complement a capacious cup size if you've got them! Also the correct foundation garment will enhance any gays figure. Think of Rita Hayworth in "Gilda" with her famous hair flip. Raquel Welch who has aged beau- tifully into our decade old millennium. Ursula Andress's sultry look in Dr. No. Sharon Tate's voluptuous curves in Valley of the Dolls. It's at our finger tips ladies to bring it all forward. Glam- our at its finest. Buona giornata, and God bless the United States of America! --Mary N. DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' columns Mary is a third-generation cosme- tologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. Mary may be contacted at calling (978) 470-8183 or logging on mary@mary4nails North End Christmas Fund Luncheon Committee Members, Front row, L-R: Jim Luisi, Mary Wright, Anna Gaeta, Linda Wren, Maria Fiumara, Ida DePasquale, Barbara Maldero, award winner A1 Natale, Sandra Pascucci, Patricia Romano and Mary Romano. Back row, L-R: Maria Bova, Filippo Frattaroli, Ted Tomasone and John Romano. Every year around Christ- mas time the North End Christmas Fund has a lun- cheon to raise money to help those in need in the North End Community. The idea is to try to bring a little Christ- mas cheer to those who may have had a bad year either health wise, financially or other similar issues. The committee was founded over 30 years ago by Uncle Fred Carangelo. Today the com- mittee, led by Chairman Ted The committee also recog- nizes someone in the com- munity each year who exem- plifies the ideals of Uncle Fred. This year the Fred Carangelo Humanitarian Award was present to Al Natale for all his years of ser- vice and help to the North End Community. At the luncheon many prominent members of the community attended like First Lady of Boston Angela Menino, Sen. Anthony Knights of Columbus Ausonia Council, The North End Seniors, ABCD Seniors and many more. The Committee would also like to express their sincere thanks to our host Filippo Frattaroli, Parziale Bakery, Bova Bakery, Mike's Pastry and Sulmona Meat Market. Also a special thank you goes out to Joe Dorant of the M.O.S.E.S. State Union, who each year make a very gen- erous donation to the Fund. Tomasone is still going string helping many members of the community in Uncle Fred's spirit. This year's lun- cheon was held on December 16~. Over 220 checks were sent out to families, seniors and other members of the North End comunity to pro- vide a little help at the most joyous time of the year. Petruccelli, Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and Councilor Sal LaMattina. Also attending were members of North End Against Drugs, The North End Athletic Association, The North End Health Center, The Nazzaro Community Center, ABCD Head Start, North End Music and Performing Arts Center; The ACCEPTING Advertisements DIVORCE * CRIMINAL * LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. CIANO WWW.BOSTONPOSTGAZETTE.COM 230 MSGR. 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