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Matt Weinstock, Dec. 2, 1960

December 2, 2010 |  3:53 pm

  Dec. 2, 1960, Comics  

Dec. 2, 1960: For a second time, Matt Weinstock debunks the notion that the tear-off strips on cellophane cigarette packs should be saved as a way to raise money.  Urban myths are hard to kill, he discovers.

Also on the jump, Marilyn Monroe is continually late, Maurice Zolotow writes in the latest chapter of “The Real Marilyn Monroe.” 

DEAR ABBY: Please do a humane service and put something in your column about these inconsiderate women who perfume themselves so heavily that everyone in the office practically chokes when they come in. I want to cut it out and post it on the bulletin board.

  Dec. 2, 1960, Monroe

Dec. 2, 1960, Weinstock

  Dec. 2, 1960, Abby