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Paul Coates and Matt Weinstock, Feb. 18, 1961

Feb. 18, 1961, Comics

Feb. 18, 1961: Young persons, note the sophisticated, pipe-smoking college man in a letter sweater.  Such folks would be extinct on college campuses by the end of the decade.

Matt Weinstock ruins another good story, this one about Washington and the cherry tree. (Young persons, note that this was before Presidents Day, when Lincoln’s and Washington’s birthdays were celebrated separately).

Paul Coates has the story of a veteran who had been fighting with the government since 1943 for disability coverage after he contracted multiple sclerosis in the Army.

DEAR ABBY: "Cold wives" are often the subject of discussion in your column, but I don't recall having seen any mention of "cold husbands." I am interested in this subject because I am married to one....    

  Feb. 18, 1961, Mirror Cover  

  Feb. 18, 1961, Matt Weinstock  

  Feb. 18, 1961, Paul Coates/Abby

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