Radio: The Busy Air, Aug. 2, 1954

> J. Fred Muggs, television's very own extension of the Darwin theory, departed last week on a good-will (i.e., publicity-gathering) round-the-world trip sponsored jointly by NBC and Pan American World Airways. Chimpanzee Muggs and his entourage (two owners, a writer, a cameraman and a man from American Express) are traveling in the front compartments of regularly scheduled passenger planes, will visit Paris, Rome, Cairo, Bangkok, New Delhi, Singapore, Honolulu, Havana. The Muggs staff expects to have no trouble with living accommodations; in some cities leading hotels are already grabbing for the honor of rolling the red carpet.

> In Manhattan, George...

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