Mad #47 (Albert Feldstein) - Last Bob & Ray Issue - June 1959

Veteran radio artists Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding provided articles for eleven consecutive issues (Nos. 34 to 44).  All were profusely drawn by Mort Drucker.  When Bob & Ray material was absent from No. 45, Drucker made them tv commercial druggists (pages 35 and 37).  Bob & Ray's article on a pressure can factory was their encore as Feldstein continued to slowly phase the celebrity writers out of Mad. [PSA2]

"Jaguar" car is leaving paw prints instead of tread marks. ("Little League" - page 17)

Double Jeopardy - Combined Television Shows
Mom's the Word - Mothers Day Cards
Don Martin - It Happened on the Crosstown Bus; The Fisherman
Vive La Difference - How to Be a Mad Non-Conformist
Diamonds Are a Boy's Best Friend - Little League
All Charged Up - Credit Cards
Sid Caesar - The Professor Lectures on Space
Once More with Feeling - Jack and Jill as Retold by Various Magazines
Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow - Future Halls of Fame
Brains and Von Braun - The Greatest Missile Ever Built
Flim-Flam - Movie Posters
Bob and Ray - Pressure Can Report
One Good Tourniquet Deserves Another - The Mad Cross First Aid Handbook