Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are this evening's panelist. Host and moderator, John Daly, asks them to put on their blindfolds, as he did last week in the first round, for fear the panel might recognize the first guest. Appropriately, on this Labor Day weekend, the gentleman is James P. Mitchell, Secretary of Labor in President Eisenhower's Cabinet. The panel is stumped, although they did determine Mr. Mitchell was part of the Executive branch and a Cabinet member. In conversation with Mr. Daly, the Secretary reports that 65 million Americans are gainfully employed. Furthermore, in response to Mr. Daly's plea last week, Mr. Mitchell announces that the Red Cross drive to help flood victims in the Northeastern United States broke all records, with 11 million dollars in donations, exceeding all expectations. Next up, a Greek woman, Miss Rose Kouzoutzakis from Athens, signs in and her occupation is disclosed to the audience - the woman sells dynamite. ... Written by
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As it was Labor Day Eve, the first Mystery Guest was U.S. Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell. See more