Matt Weinstock, Jan. 20, 1961

 
 

  Jan. 20, 1961, Comics  

Jan. 20, 1961: Matt Weinstock has an item on fiberglass coffins and mentions “You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Died in L.A.,” a song from the hapless 1951 musical revue co-authored by Larry Gelbart that used the name of Weinstock’s book “My L.A.”

CONFIDENTIAL TO "AFRAID OF CRITICISM AT THE OFFICE": If you want never to be criticized, say nothing, do nothing and you'll be nothing.

ALSO

 “My L.A.” on the Daily Mirror

 

  Jan. 20, 1961, Weinstock  

  Jan. 20, 1961, Abby  

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