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Paul Coates and Matt Weinstock, March 25, 1961


 


 
 
  March 25, 1961, Comics  

 

March 25, 1961: There was a prisoner who had a wooden leg, but that was only the beginning of his problems, Matt Weinstock says.

One of Paul Coates’ readers has some urgent information for Red Skelton about his lottery ticket!

DEAR ABBY: Where we live, it is the custom for parents to give their children $5 for every A and $2 for every B on their report cards. I am 13 and got two A's and four Bs and I didn't get anything. Do you think that is fair?



 
  March 25, 1961, Mirror Cover  

  March 25, 1961, Matt Weinstock  

  March 25, 1961, Coates/Abby  
 
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