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PAGE 6 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 17, 2016 ALL ZAZZ by Ma~ N. Di_ Zazzo_____q_____ Beauty is MARILYN MONROE! Marilyn's Tomb Ciao BelIa, fume (Marilyn's favorite), small June 1st this year was the statues, etc. I came to know iconic film star Marilyn Monroe's her as a talented actress with 90th birthday[ Her fans came out beauty beyond our dreams[ She in droves. She lived to be only 36 was said to have manufactured years old. A seK-made woman the "Marilyn" look by herselfi and well-read in her short life, Brilliant! she was remarkable. Her death I've become a huge fan of this is still a mystery to some peo- gal. I was lucky enough to win a pie. My opinion is that the de- lottery ticket and attend Chris- Inons in her mind took over and ty's Auction House in New York she didn't have the network of City when all her belongings were true friends and doctors to auctioned offi I was inches away help lead the way. It goes for when the dress that she wore to many. sing Happy Birthday to John F. The week of her birthday, there Kennedy came out on display. were all kinds of TV shows on Christy's dimmed'its lights and her life. Documentaries and, of the dress moved forward on a course, her famous movies that lighted mannequin[ Quite spec- whisked her from her skirt blow- taculafl Memorable! ing up to stardom. At the peak My husband, David, drove me of it all, she knew how much the to Brooklyn, NY, for an elaborate audience adored her. The camera photo exhibition of her. All the also loved her[ There will be no famous photographers who were one else like Marflyn again. She lucky enough to have met her was a diamond herself, and capture her image were all My love for Marilyn all started notably credited. A stupendous with my ~Nail Tech" career, trip! My boss at the time asked me I~e also been to her grave at to show him my technique. I Pierce Brothers in Los Angeles would spray scented water on and spent quite a few hours the hands between steps during there. There is a cement bench the manicure. He asked "what dedicated to Marilyn where one is that?" I said, "It's scented can sit and dream! water." The boss let me know My house is peppered with that I should give that step a M~rilyn! From a Barbie-like name. Example: "Jean Harlow telephone that "rings" with her Water," "Greta Garbo Water?" singing "I want to be loved by As you may guess, it was finally you" while her white skirt blows called "Marilyn Monroe Water!" up over a NYC street grate[ I'm I found stickers of her to place not kidding. I even replaced the on the spray bottle. (I'm also "Tan" recently. Oh, and let's not a sticker queen!) Whenever a forget our Marilyn bathroom! sticker looked rough, I'd change Pictures on the walls, and lip it. Now you must know, I really soaps for days! didn't know much about this This Birthday month deserves Marilyn Monroe until I incorpo- a kind thought for Marilyn[ So do rated her "water" into my service, it and watch one of her movies[ My clients gave me everything We can still dream. "Marilyn" as gifts. I rece'rged her Buona giomata and God bless calendars every year, posters, the United States of America[ movies, pictures, Channel per- -- Mary N. DiZazzo-Ti-umbuU Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at unow.alRl~t~tL~. corn. Mary is a third-generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be con- tacted at (978) 470-8183 or marl~nlarl~nails.com. Saint LeopoM III by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari The memory of this holy man lived long after his death. Leopold was born at Babenberg castle in Gars, near Melk, in Lower Austria in 1073. The Babenbergs came to Austria from Bavaria where the family had risen to prominence in the 10~ Century. In 1096, at age 23, Leopold suc- ceeded his father as head of Austria. He married twice. His first wife, who may have been one of the von Perg family, died in 1105. In 1106, he married Agnes, daughter of Emperor Henry IV. She was the widow of Frederick of Hohenstaufen, with whom she already had two children. The couple would have another 17 children, of whom 1 1 would survive childhood. Many of these chil- dren married spouses from neighboring lands, encouraging peaceful relations. Leopold is mainlv remembered for the development of the country and, in particuia:. the founding of several monasteries. He estab- lished the Klosterneuburg Monaste~-, which he subsequently expanded to become his residence. Leopold also founded the monasteries of Heiligenkreuz, Kleinmariazeli and Seitenstetten, developing a territo~" still largely covered by forest. He fostered the development of cities, such as Kiosterneuburg, Vienna and Krems, as well. A man of strong convictions, Leopold's stand in the investiture controversies made him the preferred candidate among the Bavarians for the position of Holy Roman Emperor in 1125. However, Leopold refused the nomination and the glory of the empire, in favor of governing Austria. Through wise governance and faith in God, he succeeded in securing peace and justice for his people. He was a much loved ruler, faithful husband, and generous father. Leopoldo died during a hunting accident in 1136. In the years following his passing, he be- came known as "Leopold the Good." He was so popular as an intercessor in Austria that eventu- ally his sanctity was officially recognized by the Catholic Church. Pope Innocent VIII canonized him in 1485, noting in his homily the juxtaposi- tion between a Germany engulfed in blood, death and devastation, beside an Austria enjoying the God-given blessings of peace, justice and human kindness that lasted through his 20-year reign over the people of Austria. In 1663, he was declared patron saint of Austria. His Feast Day is celebrated on November 15% America Must Stand Together Strong by Sal Giarratani I read the horrible news out can we defeat this enemy, ff we of Florida, yet another example won't even acknowledge who or of a radical Islamist terrorist what it is? attack on American soil. Ap- Four times America has been parently, according to some struck during the President's news sources, a lone gun- time in office. This latest attack man opened fire at a gay night on the gay community was an club in Orlando, killing 49 and attack on everyone. The war we injuring another 50 victims, fight is with an enemy avowed to That's it, that's all they decided destroy Western values. to report. It would be nice if liberals, We see, once again, the elites conservatives, Democrats, and seem to continue to ignore the Republicans could stand as obvious. The New York Times one in a common cause, but and Washington Post have an already the progressive/lib- issue saying the words "Radi- eral elites have declared war cal Islamic Terrorism." Our on guns, the mentally ill and President Obama once again homophobes. Already, they are avoids the use of that term. How parsing words, talking about ISIS attacks as being either directed or inspired, as ff the difference means anything. The President once again states, we will follow the -evi= dence to where it goes and we will resolve to do something. Do what? Do something-different? We won't. It will be the same thing aU over again. We will just sit back and wait for the next assault. America needs leadership and not a leaderless stand. We need to identify the enemy for what it is. President Bush, following 9/11, said we must defeat ISIS over there or fight it over here. Today, we can't seem to fight it over there and now we are also fighting it over here. Many of my liberal friends need to stop all this denial, or the shooting here in America will just continue. Leadership starts at the top and America is stilling waiting for some leadership from anyone in the Nation's Capital. We have do- nothings and know nothings in charge at the moment. We must stand Together ,Strong! ALBANO F. PONTE, CEP Financial and Estate Planning Email afponte @ msn. corn Phone 617- 320-0022 MICHAEL F. 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