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Glamor Girls Find It
Pays To Use Brushes
By BETTY CLARKE
AP Newsfeatures Beauty Editor
American women can take a leaf
from their English cousins and
brush, brush, brush.
The English girl, always care
fully, if not expensively Broomed,
owns a wardrobe of brushes that
will keep her spic and span from
her toenails to her tweeds.
Brushes for the romplexron, for
the bath, for the nails and even
for toe cuticles are selected wth
care. She may select a curved
body brush and a nonskid hand
and nail brush but even with these
novel features, she will make sure
that the bristles are long-lasting
and skillfully assembled into a
In selecting any brush, your main
concern should be durability and
fiber content. One eood brush will
last a lifetime and outlive twenty
cheap brushes. In the long run it
will prove less expensive
There are available again the
natural boar bristled toothbrushes
and hairbrushes: the bahia fiber
tweed brush, good for tweeds,
sweaters, furs: soft bristled com-
ptacion and powder brushes.
Even the best brushes if not
properly cared for will show wear
and tear. One of the newer brushes
designed by Kent has removable
bristles which can be replaced
when worn out, without having to
throw away the brush. To perk
m'lady's vanity the brush contains
a perfume pad, which can be satu
rated with a favorite perfume.
Mere are some tips from ex
perts on how to prolong the life
of good brushes:
Always hold a hairbrush by the
handle without touching the bris
tles; wash it in tepid soapy wa
ter, not soda; don't dry it in the
hot sun nor in strong artificial
Nail brashes should not be
placed in boiling water, should
be placed bristles downward, so
that the water can drain off.
Toothbrushes should never be
placed in strong disinfectant;
they should be hung up to dry.
It is bettef to have two tooth
brushes in use, one for morning
and one for evening, so that you
always have a dry, stiff brush.
Poindexter Speaks To
Canton Exchange Club
Coach C C. Poindexter of Can
ton high 'school spoke to tne ex
change Club of Canton of the need
for arecreational park at the or
ganization's regular meeting Tues
It was announced that the North
Carolina convention of Exchange
Clubs will be held at Raleigh this
year. August 20-22
TO RESTORE OLD FORT
CAIRO, Hi. .UP) The land
around old Fort Defiance, which
stood at the confluence of the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers here, has
been bought by the city of Cairo.
Officials said they will restore the
fortress as a permanent Civil War
TIit;h blood pressure, a major
cause of heart trouble, affects
young as well as old adults.
Metal Used for Vitamins
Chemical and pharmaceutical In
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Husband Gives Up Career
To Aid Wife's Ambition
By ADELAIDE KERR . j
"My husband and I never dis- j
cussed putting my career ahead of
his." said Eunice Poclis. "He just i
took it for granted I would con
tinue. You can tell from his every .
word and action that he wants ;
that more than anything else." j
Miss Podis is a 26-year-old
Cleveland pianist, who made her;
New York debut at Town Hall last J
year and won high acclaim from
critics. She had already built up .
a reputation in her home town!
Clevealnd. and has played with the j
Cleveland' and Chicago Symphony ,
Her husband is Robert Carl
Weiskopl. who once dreamed of be
ing a symphny orchestra con
ductor and is now a salesman and
director of a Cleveland cotton
The pattern on which they have
built their marriage is very dif
ferent than most. Coming at a
time when more women than ever
are trying careers, some people
wonder whether it is harbinger of
an increasing trend.
Eunice Podis (daughter of a
Cleveland dentisti and Robert
Weiskopf i son of Edward A.
Weiskopf . president of the Cleve
land Cotton Products Co. I met in
They played in the Cleveland
Heights High School trio which
won a first rating in a national
high school contest. Dates, movies
and more mu.sic followed in rapid
succession Then young Weiskopf
went to the Eastman School of
Music 1o study. Eunice continued
her piano lessons at home, played
in local recitals and began to build
a local reputation.
"Bob was more serious about
It than I." said Eunice during a
recent New York visit. "He
longed to be a symphony con
ductor. I had no definite am
bition. But he was always
deeply interested in my work
Mrdi believed in me. When he
was graduated from Eastman,
he organized the Cleveland
Heights Civic Symphony Or
chestra and at its debut I
played Beethoven's third con
certo. Then, between his secorrfl
concert and one of my recitals,
we were married."
The war came. Young Weiskopf
served in the Pacific and emerged
from the war a sergeant, but he
did not forget his music. While in
Manila in 1945 he guest con
ducted the Manila Symphony
Orchestra during a series of con
certs. The same year Miss Podis
won the ld45 National Federation
M Mmric Clubs Young Artists
"When Bob came home he
longed to return to conducting."
she recalls. "For five months he
tried to Jet an orchestra or back
ing to found one, but he couldn't.
There as a fine alternative for
him In business with his father
And fie accepted it. But I never
pushed him in that direction and
neither did his father.
"By now my career was well
launched. Bob felt I had a better
start and had extreme confidence
in my ability. He's been my sever
est critic and most enthusiastic
promoter. He has made me piac
tice at least two hours a day ever
since we've been married.
New York concerts cost money,
but so far we have managed to
do it without any assistance Iron;
outside. Before my performances
he's a nervous wreck. He puces
backstage and his collar wills. But
after the Town Hall concert when
we read the reviews, he was the
happiest man in the world.
"Every now and then I say,
'For what the Carnegie Concert
cost we could have made the
down payment on a house. Are
you sure you would not rather
have had it?" And he always
says 'No.' I couldn't do without
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