Foreign News: Pianist

Recently Parisians added a new and delectable connotation to one of the most famous of French names, Curie. In the world's eye this name conjures up the image of an austere, almost emaciated woman, Mme. Marie Curie, famed co-discoverer of radium. Last week an appreciative concert audience packed the Salle des Agricultures while the youngest (20-year-old) daughter of the great scientist made her début as a pianist.

Mlle. Eva Curie, it was shortly revealed, is delicately fleshed and possessed of an attractive figure set off by a striking head of jet black hair....

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