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Paul Coates, Feb. 21, 1961


 



  Feb. 21, 1961, Mirror Cover  

Feb. 21, 1961: The choice of which Mercury astronaut will be the first launched into space narrows to Marine Lt. Col. John H. Glenn Jr., Air Force Capt. Virgil L. Grissom and Navy Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard Jr.

Herman Abrams' crusade against red lights and other traffic laws has earned him 430 traffic tickets.

Paul Coates has an update on con man John Milton Addison, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

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A Real Conjure Man, May 4, 1960




 
  Feb. 21, 1961, Paul Coates  



 
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Wonder if Herman Abrams ever caused any crashes?


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