The Daily Mirror

Los Angeles history

« Previous Post | The Daily Mirror Home | Next Post »

Matt Weinstock, Nov. 7, 1960

November 7, 2010 |  3:34 pm

  Nov. 7, 1960, Comics  

Nov. 7, 1960: The county tax ax fell last week on property owners. They received their annual valentines from tax collector H.L. Byram, who gets the blame but merely does the bookkeeping. Some homeowners were merely nicked. Others were chopped. All are bleeding. Many say despairingly that they don't know how they're going to pay the increases, Matt Weinstock says.

On the jump, a full-page letter from Jack L. Warner urging people to vote for the Nixon-Lodge ticket.

DEAR ABBY: Bill (not his real name) and I are very much in love but we are not old enough to get married without our parents' consent. We thought if we HAD to get married they would sign for us, so we went ahead and followed that plan. Now it turns out...

  Nov. 7, 1960, Jack Warner

Nov. 7, 1960, Weinstock


Nov. 7, 1960, Abby