Volume 6, Issue 9, page 14

If We trust all our readers
have survived the " Howlydaze "
and are back to their favorite
psychic debauchery. Also, we
assume that each has taken inventory of all the reasons why
they wouldn't trade today for
this date last year. We did,
and no kiddin' we feel real
happy about 1959 as a springboard into 1960. Of course, we
had a summer flood -- but it
certainly prepared the subsoil
for the autumn drouth. And on
that, we'll abandon the weather as a topic for analysis. As
Mark Twain said, "Too many
talk about the weather", but
he (Twain) never would have
added "Nobody does anything
about it" had he lived until
H-bombs began shifting wind
currents ...