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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 09, 1951, Image 171

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The New York City Ballet Company has added a
strip tease to its repertory this year. The ballet, a
frothy, comic bit based on the eternal-triangle theme,
is called "A La Francaix” (Jean Francaix is the
composer^. It made its debut this year with Prima
Ballerina Maria Tallchief as the bewitching stripper.
1 “TENNIS, ANYONE?” Andre Eglevsky, Janet Reed pair off
2 INTERRUPTION. Lorelei (Tallchief) appears, not for tennis
3 BRUSH-OFF. Eglevsky drops Reed; he has other ideas
MARIA TALLCHIEF momentarily turns the ballet stage into a runway
5 BATHING SUIT gives her plans away ...
6 “SWIMMING, ANYONE?” Eglevsky's all set
llS the month before Christmas
And most everywhere,
Mothers are rushing
With no time to spare.
With presents to buy
And housework to do,
Are three meals a day
A problem for you?
W£ll here’s a suggestion
To help save your day—
Relax and "Eat Hearty"
This quick, easy way.
Eat HEARTY-with
Franco-American Spaghetti!
Here’s a hearty dish that helps you serve delicious and
nourishing meals on busy pre-Christmas days—
Franco-American Spaghetti! It tastes so good, your family will
all eat hearty, too! Franco-American is spaghetti the
way you like it—tender-cooked in a savory sauce of plump, juicy
tomatoes and well-aged Cheddar cheese. You’ll also like
the way it saves you kitchen time when there are so
many other things to be done. And it’s thrifty, only pennies
a portion! Have Franco-American Spaghetti often—
now, and all through the holidays.

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