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In the jungles of Africa, the
Rev. Brown is preaching the gospel,
while her assistant, Camilla Titcomb,
is leading the cannibal choir in "Onward
Christian Soldiers." In the wilds of northern
, Canada, Libby Merrick is sitting on a pile of
snow knitting socks to send to President Massie of
Hindman University. In Russia, Wendy Scottski
is being awarded the year's motherhood medal,
while Bunny lVyckol'f is still waiting for a letter.
yd In VVashington, Jo VVest, having tripped over her
i crutch in anxiety to view the inauguration of the
first woman president, Barbara Hamby, is in the
hospital tended by Jo Hall and Mercy Barnes,
while Zipper Pierce draws pictures of her injuries.
Q As they all at the same time turn on their
radios, there float around the world the strains of
Bogardus' Country Slickers playing selections
from the four B's QBrahms, Beethoven, Bach and
Backesj The program is interrupted by a news
by fire. Among the missing is Rep. Asirvatham
who was 32 years old, while Reps. Davis and
. Gonzales escaped unhurt. They had been debating
l over whom to elect President of the world.
I A sports announcer now reports on the success-
I A ful season of the Yale football team, coached by
Eli Bozyan, and today's game between the Boston
. ' I flash that the U.N. assembly room was destroyed
Red Sox Qunder the management of Birdie Dowj
Q , and the Boston Braves. The umpire was Joan
lg l Webster, mother of eight of the Braves. The
Braves won, 59-0.
The lVIetro-Goldwyn-Black theatre of the air
now comes on sponsored by Behre's new-method, hand-knit Argyles. and
starring Ingrid Bronaugh and Hedy Quigg. Faith Johnson, editor of Life
magazine, will criticize.
Reports from Atlantic City come through announcing that the Miss
America title has been Won by Sally Gibbs, Miss Cranberry Bog of 1965.
Present at the contest was the New York socialite, lilrs. Honor Astor, dressed
in a bluish-black blanket by Bleecker, made famous by the exotic Paris-
ian model, Sharon Purviance.