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Paul Coates, Feb. 13, 1961


 


 
 
  Feb. 13, 1961, Mirror Cover  


Feb. 13, 1961: It’s not easy being a columnist in Los Angeles. Paul Coates writes about some of the calls and letters he gets that never end up in print … until now.




 
  Feb. 13, 1961, Paul Coates  


 
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"Hey, Mr. Khrushchev"? And they asked what's the matter with people? Why would anyone sing a song about a Soviet dictator? What next: "Hey, Mr. Bin Laden"? Maybe this could be Lady Gaga's next big hit. I hear she goes for this kind of thing.

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