Paul Coates and Matt Weinstock, Jan. 21, 1961


  Jan. 21, 1961, comics  

Jan. 21, 1961: Paul Coates has a terrific item on a radio announcer whose life fell apart after he  lost his job because the station went to rock ‘n’ roll.

Charley used to patronize a place on Hill Street near 5th where one doughnut and coffee were 10 cents. But it became a hangout for beatnik types who would dawdle for hours over their cups of java, crowding out the regulars. The place recently changed ownership and the price was raised to 16 cents. Now everything is back to normal, Matt Weinstock says.

DEAR ABBY: How does a married woman, 29, cope with a 14-year-old neighbor girl who hangs around her husband constantly? The girl is as physically mature as I.


  Jan. 21, 1961, Mirror Cover  

  Jan. 21, 1961, Paul Coates  

  Jan. 21, 1961, Weinstock  
  Jan. 21, 1961, Abby  

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