June 5, 1958





Here’s where we have a rare convergence: The Dodgers, columnists Matt Weinstock    and  Paul Coates, and Jack Searles writing about Chavez Ravine residents’ reaction to the passage of Proposition B. How can you not love an interview with Mrs. Barden Scott, who lives (or supposedly lives) at what will become home plate at Dodger Stadium?

What does she say: "Someone’s going to pay a darn good price to get us out of here now."

My favorite part of the story is the name of her dog: Sandy.

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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