Feb. 25, 1958


Above, a profile of William Alland, who played the reporter tracking down the life of "Citizen Kane" and in his final years worked for the Los Angeles Times poll. Below, A race car plows into a crowd of spectators at the Cuba Gran Premio, killing five people … President Eisenhower attacks  economic pessimists  … The Senate approves raising the ceiling on the federal debt …

Quote of the day: "The economy of America is a lot stronger than the spirit of those people I see wailing about it and saying it’s no good." –President Eisenhower


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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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