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Page4 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 1,2012 ALL THAT ZAZZ by Mary IV. DiZazzo Vidal Sassoon; Architect of Hair 1928-2012i Ciao Bella, So as life goes we have lost another icon of the Beauty World. Vidal Sassoon, who wanted to be a star soccer player, ended up a star Master Stylist. Coming from an orphaned back- ground and abandoned by his father at age 3, he rose to the pinnacle of success throughout the world! Raised in London, he appren- ticed with a hairdresser at age 14 during WWII. His vision pro- moted an attitude where women would not be chained to sets and perms at the salon. He opened his first salon in 1954 in London. His modern styles introduced us to geometric shapes and perms inspiring wash and wear cuts. The classic "bob" cut became one of his signature styles and was redesigned by a hair cutting technique. Blunt and geometric shaping brought Vidal to the forefront of his industry! Always designing hair with low mainte- nance in mind he revolutionized the cosmetology world, sweeping the sixties with his rood trend! Cutting with precision, he' pro- duced asymmetric coifs attracting Hollywood stars, models and sing- ers becoming "king of the cut!" The Beauty Industry is a better place since Vidal Sassoon devel- oped his salon, schools and prod- uct lines in a legendary fashion. His famous quote "If you don't look good, we don't look good" should be the mantra for all salons and spas! He will be the most celebrated architect of hair this generation will ever see. May .God bless him and his family. May the leg- end live on[ Buona giornata and God bless the United States of America! -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at Mary is a third- generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or This Morning's Coming by Judean Langone This moming's coming Like a new awakening Rising up like a golden promise Holding hope, giving life Breathing new inspiration into this morning's magic Sanctifying like a baptism Waves of rebirth Beckoning like a divine teacher to come into the new meanings of shaded pasts to flow into the sweeping summons to leave the pasture s of old hills and roll in the rich greenness of the unexplored realms that are at last there so that finally, the journey that we were meant to take At last begins, with this dawn, With birds jubilant singing Rejoicing with us this morning in May Now that we have found 'The Way's" Way CROSSWORD PUZZLE Finish the Lyrics A Great Gift for Dad! ACROSS 1. Short attention __, pl. 6. Semi 9. Like Usain Bolt, e.g. 13. Shakespearean "ergo" 14. To do this is human? 15. Specialty 16. *"1 see friends shaking hands .... sayin' how do__ ?" 17. Activity at Heavenly in California 18. Perfection 19. *"Boy, you're gonna carry that 21. *"Well, we're all in the mood for a 23. He sang "Hit the road Jack" 24. Dirty air 25. Holbrook 28. Left after deductions 30. Water nymphs 35. Flightless birds 37. Famous flood survivor 39. On spouse's side 40. "A" in A.D. 41. alert 43. *"No he can't read my poker 44. Excessive sternness 46. Famous scat singer 47. Killer whale 48. Tapeworm 50. Cocoyam 52. Spanish sea 53. *"Video killed the radio " 55. Octopus' defense 57. *"Girl, we couldn't get much 60. *"Stand up for your __ 63. One born to Japanese immigrants 64. Street in Paris 66. Leaves out 68. Runs in neutral 69. Egyptian cobra 70. Make another map 71. Potato and __ soup 72. "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" band 73. Athlete's domain DOWN 1. *"Say Say " 2. Front part of vessel 3. Chills and fever 4. Rock bottom 5. "Just do it," e.g. 6. Catch your breath 7. Irritate 8. Tale-spinning brother 9. Popular dog name 10. Breezed through, as in test 11. One-horse carriage 12. Aviv 15. Large Indian antelope 20. Laughing predator 22. Long time 24. Quarterback great Kenny 3 i 27 58 | 21 24 38 5O 10 I 32 52 65 6O 61 m m i Thrill Dad this Father's Day! 59 Plus 2 Free Gifts! Use(ode4S39$XDR $4:999 Ihrill the Grill Combo onl} 1,888-379-6033 StatePoint Media 25. *"Total eclipse of the ___ 26. Embryo sacs 27. Foot-forward squat 29. Large book 31. Information 32. It often snoozes 33. Capital of Bangladesh 34. *"Takemy hand, we'll make it I 36. In the near future 38. __ in captivity 42. Halves of diameters 45. Hindu sages 49. " it up" 51. Fluffy sweater material 54. Orderly arrangement 56 ..... Rouge 57. Cow skin, e.g. 58. Small island 59. Oddball 60. Twelve of one set in exercise 61. *"Time after 62. Baseball great Musial 63. Zilch 65. Function 67. R&R spot (Solution on Page 1 l) 1 by Sal Giarratani  .... Pat Buchanan was When Pat Buchanan who had unsuccessfully chal- lenged President George H. W. Bush in the 1992 GOP primaries, he was given a prime time speaker's spot at the convention podium. To those who disagreed with him, it led to Bush's defeat, to those who agreed with him, it spoke to the very future of this nation. Buchanan spoke of the impeding Cultural War clashing with American tra- ditional values that could break up America as we had known it. In the 20 years since that speech, much of what he spoke about has happened. More and more we as a nation of peoples have seen our values redefined. We have seen new values replace so called outdated ones. We have seen folks right up to and inside the White House who question the relevancy of our Consti- tutional government and the Bill of Rights. Like our enduring values, Buchanan still speaks truth to power and recently got himself fired for doing so by MSNBC. Buchanan will not remain silent or mince his words. The very founda- tion of America built upon values from Western Civili- zation is now endangered by Right Back in 1992 the so-called diversity and multiculturalism folks who seem to enjoy demonizing western values. America today is at a crossroads like not seen be- fore. The Republic is still strong but not as strong as 20 years ago and certainly not as strong as during the years that immediately followed World War II. We have had our share of wars since the birth of America. We continue to evolve as we grow but that growth had always been tied to the shared values of Americans which had its roots in West- ern Europe, especially Great Britain. Over the lifespan of this country, we have sacrificed much in all our wars to pro- tect America and to uphold our values and all of our free- doms most of us take for granted. Every year we cel- ebrate the sacrifices made on our nation's behalf on Memorial Day. We remem- ber who we are and the sacrifices that have gotten us to this point in time. The Cultural War spoken of by Pat Buchanan is just as real a war as any other we have fought. And in every war, there are winners and losers. This is a war we can- not lose. The Autobiography of Undisputed Welterweight Champ Tony DeMarco "Nardo: Memoirs of a Boxing Champion tells the story of the great Tony DeMarco and not only his life in the ring, but his fife in general. To W was one of my favorite Champs as a fighter and as a man. Tony, I salute you!" 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