Matt Weinstock, Aug. 3, 1960

 
Aug. 3, 1960, Comics Look! It’s a 1959 Pontiac! With whitewalls!

Aug. 3, 1960: Jeri Miyazaki, who plays the title role so appealingly in "The World of Suzie Wong" at the Biltmore Theater, was born in a California wartime internment camp for citizens of Japanese ancestry. It is nice to see someone emerge successfully from what was one of the black pages in California history — the cruel and unnecessary detention of 100,000 persons during WWII, Matt Weinstock says.

DEAR NO THANKS: The next time you see the boys starting a fire, call the fire department and let it "handle the matter." Don't worry about getting involved, Abby says. 

Aug. 3, 1960, Weinstock

Aug. 3, 1960, Abby

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