June 18, 1958


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wenty years after Ed Ainsworth’s series
on Los Angeles’ congested streets, The Times takes another look at
traffic. I (almost) never grow tired of saying that the incredible
number of transportation studies performed in Los Angeles would fill a
library.

Above, Ozzie Virgil makes his debut with the Tigers.
He was traded to the Kansas City Athletics in 1961, and after coaching
under Clyde King in Phoenix, joined manager King at the San Francisco
Giants in 1968.

Below, Superior Court Judge Stanley Mosk calls
for the creation of a crime commission … Times Education Editor Dick
Turpin joins a contingent of Stanford students to establish a campus in
Germany. The Stanford in Germany program will continue until 1976
… Actor Eddie Albert and his wife, Margo, greet 4-year-old Maria,
whom they have adopted from Spain … Rhonda Fleming and Dr. Lewis
Morrill are splitsville …

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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