19_November_1976_The_Ogden_Standard_Examiner_Ogden, Utah

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19_November_1976_The_Ogden_Standard_Examiner_Ogden, Utah - VICTOR: "It has been so hectic I haven't even...
VICTOR: "It has been so hectic I haven't even had time for my jog this morning," said Cindy Breakspeare, the new Miss World, as she sipped coffee over breakfast today in London. Miss BreaKspeare, a 22- year-old physical education teacher from Jamaica, likes to keep fit with a morning run. But after winning the Miss World title Thursday night, she'd celebrated until 4 a.m., snatched a couple of hours' sleep, then was up at 6 to telephone her mother in Jamaica before setting off on a round of engagements. The brown-haired West Indian beauty with hazel eyes triumphed over 60 other women at the pageant, where a mass walkout by nonwhite contestants to. protest South Africa's racial policies was threatened but failed to materialize. "I have three brothers and a sister and the whole family were so thrilled and proud," said Miss Breakspeare. "My first priority is to buy a bit of land in Jamaica to build a house for myself and my family." ACCEPTS INVITATION: Princa Charies has accepted an offer from President Ernesto Geisel to visit Brazil, a Brazilian Embassy official says in London. Ronaldo Costa, minister- counselor of the embassy here, said Thursday that the heir to the British throne was expected to make his visit sometime before Geisel's term expires in 1979. GRAND MARSHALL: Gen. of the Army Omar Bradley, 83, last of the five-star generals who commanded the American war machine in World War II, will be grand marshal of the annual Christmas parade on Hollywood Boulevard. Bradley, who commanded 'the U.S. troops that landed at Normandy, will ride in the lead car of the nationally televised parade Nov. 28, which will include 87 movie and television stars. WALK-ON PART: A man in cap and gown interrupted Mike Douglas as he was taping his 15th anniversary television show. Kay Kyser who more than two decades ago ran Kay Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge,, walked on stage Thursday in Philadelphia as Douglas was singing "Ole Buttermilk Sky." It was the first meeting for the two men in 25. years. Douglas was then a vocalist for Kyser's show.

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 19 Nov 1976, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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