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Paul Coates and Matt Weinstock, Jan. 14, 1961

January 14, 2011 |  3:23 pm

  Jan. 14, 1961, Comics  

Jan. 14, 1961: Matt Weinstock notes the activities marking the anniversary of the Treaty of Cahuenga, Jan. 13, 1847. Paul Coates talks to a man who has written a song in tribute to President John F. Kennedy, titled “Big John,”

DEAR ABBY: I am 23, divorced and have two children. My boyfriend is 30, married and has two children also. He was my boss at one time and we fell deeply in love. A month ago, I had a child by him. No one knows anything about this. The baby is in a home right now waiting for me to sign the adoption papers or take him home.

My boyfriend can't get a divorce without sacrificing his family, business and religion. He said if I kept the baby he would always provide for him. Should I keep the baby and raise him with my two? Or should I give him up? Please don't ask me to give up my boyfriend. I love him so much I could never do it, so there's no use kidding myself.

  Jan. 14, 1961, Mirror Cover  

  Jan. 14, 1961, Weinstock  

  Jan. 14, 1961, Coates/Abby