|Title||:||time magazines woman of the year|
|Plot||:||+ Sponsored by: Gulf Oil (part of one commercial has been deleted). 10:30 P.M. An interview with a housewife from Worcester, Massachusetts, who was named Time magazine's "Woman Of The Year" because of her confrontation with a bus driver. Hank Greenberg, who has been sold by the Tigers to Pittsburgh, wants to "set the record straight." Ella Logan and Albert Sharp tell how they came to America to appear in "Finian's Rainbow" and sing a duet. Daisy Smith (of Montgomery, Alababama), an elderly blind lady, tells how she became "an official story teller." From Hollywood, Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone tell jokes on their twentieth anniversary. A woman in an iron lung in Minneapolis makes an emotional appeal for the March Of Dimes.|
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