GREAT BRITAIN: Though Times Are Strange . . .

Winston Churchill's redhaired, green-eyed actress daughter, Sarah Churchill, last week showed that she possesses, in a diluted form, some of the same eloquence that characterizes her eminent father. She composed a wartime torch song.

A onetime chorus girl, four-a-day vaudeville toe dancer, radio Juliet to Leslie Howard's Romeo, Daughter Churchill, 26, is the wife of Austrian-born, U.S.-naturalized Comedian Vic Oliver. For his Sunday-night variety show over BBC she wrote her ballad, humming the melody while Husband Oliver strummed it on a piano. Best lines, as sung and recorded by oldtime Cinemactress Bebe...

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