Winters later used his hospitalization in some of his routines.
The Arechiga family, featured in the news because members were forcibly removed from two homes in Chavez Ravine, own 11 homes, The Times says.
Mayor Norris Poulson angrily says: "The family is not destitute. It owns more property than most residents of Los Angeles.
One daughter, Victoria Angustain, replies: "What's all the fuss about? We're not trying to hide anything. We never denied owning property. Nobody asked us. All the children are sticking together to help ourparents fight for their rights here."
Fifty years later, I have to agree with her.
Please notice: It was a Ford.
Poulson told someone else evicted from Chavez Ravine that they couldn't repurchase their home after voters decided not to build public housing ...
... "since no portion of the land acquired for a public purpose can be resold for a private purpose." Like Dodger Stadium, perhaps?
Art Buchwald's letter from Paris
"The only shocking thing about this film is its utter ineptness."
All this time I've assumed Al Capp's drawings of Moonbeam McSwine were extraneous to the plot. I guess not!
Left-hander Warren Spahn throws another win for Milwaukee, which moves into first place ahead of the Dodgers.