Paul Coates and Matt Weinstock, April 15, 1961


  April 15, 1961, Comics  

April 15, 1961: Matt Weinstock has two items on people who are crossing the country in walks for peace. One is a group that is walking from San Francisco to Moscow and the other is Miss Peace Pilgrim of Cologne, N.J., who began walking for peace in 1953.

Paul Coates writes about Al Einfrank, a truck driver who won a fortune on game shows, but is unemployed and has been exploring skid row.

"Every time you give a dime to one of those bums, you just prolong their misery. You encourage them to remain just the way they are," he tells Coates.

DEAR ABBY: My husband had not been acting like himself for about six months. I finally got it out of him. He said it all started when he gave his bookkeeper a few kisses occasionally because he couldn't afford to give her a raise. He says now she isn't satisfied with kisses, and keeps pestering him to…. 


  April 15, 1961, Front Page  

  April 15, 1961, Matt Weinstock  

  April 15, 1961, Paul Coates, Abby  

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