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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 8, 1959, Long Beach, California                             DODGERS WIN WORLD SERIES Los Angeles lakes Sixth Game, 9 to 3 Nine Runs Scored, by Teams in Wild 4th-lnning Attack CHICAGO Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series today by crush- ing the Chicago White Sox, 9-3, in the sixth game on the home-run blasls of Duke Snider. Wally Moon and Chuck Esscgian and the sharp relief pitching of Larry Sherry. The White Sox' three runs came on a tremendous home- run blow by Ted Kluszewski in' the wild fourth inning in which nine of the game's 12 runs were scored. I II was1 Kluszewski third home run of the series. He hit two in the opening game won by thc While Sox 11-0. The winning pitcher was work-horse Larry Sherry, who relieved Johnny Podres with one out in the fourth andj allowed four hits and no runs the rest of the way. BOTH STARTED BUT---- Johnny Podres (left) of the Dodgers and Early Wynn of the White Sox had confident smiles in this over-tlie-shoulder pose for photographers before the start of today's World Series game in Chicago. Their smiles faded in short lasted past fourth Wirephoto) HOME The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1959 Vol. 213 PHICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5B59 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) S. Acts in Dock es Sfee THE LOSER was Early Wynn, Chicago's 22-game winner, who was belted from the box after 3% innings dur-. inp which time he gave up: (Continued Page A-12, Col. Stellar Quiz Contestant May Testify Girls W A S 11 I N G T 0 N Court Asked to Order End of Pier Row President May Use Taft-Hartley in Steel Tie-up LOS ANGELES (N) Bv Associated Press Acting on President Eisen- hower's orders, government attorneys moved to seek a court order today sending Forty-six foreign countries 12 more, than have'85.000 striking longshoremen Charles Van Doren, one of been represented at any previous he host- hack tu work fmm Mame the all-time big money win-cd by Lout; Beach at next year's new International! exas' i lr, i i i.l Steel negotiators, up against Iners on a television quiz pro-Beauty Congress, executive producer Oscar AB R II RBI PO A gram, was reported today to jubilantly told a crowd of 200 members of Cjilllam, 31) Ncul, 2b Moon, If li-Fsseglan Fairly.rf Hodges, Ib Larker, iT A-Dcmctcr, cf 3 Roscboro, c 'I Wills, ss ..-1 PodrcSi p .2 Sherry, p .2 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 n I I 0 0 1 I I I 0 2 's implied dead line for settlement of thcii 2 have been invited to tcslify the Congress Wednesday night. dispute without hope ol ar before a House committee The 1960 Miss Intel-nation- early end to the 86-day-old al Beauty event, Meinhardt walkout, are apparently re maintained, will eventuallyisigncd to use of the Tafl have between 50 and 60 dif-JHartlcy Acl, too. fercnt nations of thc world; There was little vesligating charges thai thc 0 quiz programs have been 0 fixed. i Q: A source, who asked he Q not be identified, said! Thomas E. Ervin, vice prcsi-, Coast Ripped by g Ihe National told the House subcom- I initlce Wednesday thai Van doubt a largest Law ray of beauty ever assembled1 requiring an 80-day return to program spiced their remarksjCourt in the dock dipute. A _ with pointed references to .judge's ruling was required, Miami Reach, where the Miss but never before has an in-. Universe Pageant has moved'junction been refused in the :r a rift with Long previous times Ihe goy- their telling eminent has invoked the law s Aparicio, ss 5 Fox. 2b------4 Landis, cf ..3 Lnllar, c .3 Kluszewski, Ib ......4 Smith, If ..2 rf McAnany, rf 1 B-Goodman, 0 I 0 1 1 t 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3h Wynn, p Donovan, p 0 Lown, p C-Torgeson Staley, p D-Romano Pierce, p Moore, p F-Cash 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o n 0 0 0 0 o n n o n o 1 2 2 5 10 2 3 1 0 0 PENSACOLA, Ha. 2 Doren would be willing storm Irene m ___________teslify cither today or Friday.Inland near Pensacola today; 931 9 27 12! Van Dorcn 's now under a and its far-reaching gale'a tcl nilfAro (M contract with winds flogged thc norlhwesl-they ccmcred CHICAGO (A) 'NBC as ,elevision com-Florida Gulf Coast resort ,on the. "experienced emergency p.ov.sion. Ab M KU A area wcrc immcd. and able1 organization left in 2 :atc reports of damage. Long Beach. EACH SDL n t 0 THE SOURCE emphasized In a bulletin al 7 a.m.. the' d'f 2 thai Van Dorcn. a former Co- New Orleans Weather Bureau MEINHARDT credited legaI nlei cn- ilumbia University English in- said thc slorm was centered increase in participants to thcjt'011- United bicei v n'structor who won about 20 miles north of decision to eliminate thelprpf 0 on NBC's quiz show "Twen- Pensacola and moving north- bathing-suil competition. his union would unaer ty-One" in 1956, was not be-northeast at about 15 miles beauties, who will compete-takc a legal liglil to ordered lo appear. He'an hour 'Aug. 4-14, instead will But he said workers woum 0 said a telegram sent to designed" play-jobey the law iDoren merely inviled him toj IRENE'S WINDS will weak-'suits, evening gowns 1 teslify. Jen during thc day as she their national costumes. j Van Doren's name has been moves into southern Alabama.; Meinhardt disclosed lhalferred operating under a 0 mentioned many limes in to locally United States will be court injunction rather than A NEGATIVE POINT OF VIEW Do you agree this is a graphic picture and that it lens interest to squirrels? Or will it just make photographers shutter? The reverse situation occurred in Mulberry Hill, Ky., when photographer Ncvylc Shackelford put down his spare camera and removed its shutter and lens for cleaning. That's when his pet squirrel Wirephoto) WEARING OR LARK? imrW-l Vrl i Split Perils Austin, Tex. and; The actions of both sides, however. indicated they pre- n n past two days of testimony rains should spread through represented by the winner ofjacccptance of the others de- ______ 0 1 0 0 0 0 fl about allegations the show southern Alabama an da nationwide contest. for a dispute-ending was rigged. Georgia this afternoon and to-.sored through "a 0 Van Doren has denied any night. Falls up to five inches established event." Totals ..32 36 3 27 for Larker in 4th. out for McAnany in 4th. for Lown in 4th. out for Staley in 7lh. for Snider 9th. out for Moore 9th. Los Ang' (N) 002 600 001- 000 300 Georgia this afternoon and to-.sored through "an already agreement. Thc last joint, negotiating n knowledge of rigging. He also! were forecast. I session was held Tuesday 0 denied being involved in any1 Highest wind reported was HE INDICATED thc U.S.'night. It ended in complete 0 way with what some contest-ja gust ol 55 miles an hour al representative will be chosen deadlock. Since then there _ ants have described as coach-lpensacola Airport. such a contest as is no evidence that either side g ing on questions and answers! Tides will range from two Miss Press Photographer or has attempted to arrange fur- in advance and he has offered'm four feet above normal. Miss Cotton." ither joint meetings. appear before thc commit- the report said. "Several of thc Eight days ago, President tee. Gale warnings wcrc up (ions have expressed inter-'Uiscnhower called union and Thc reported invitation Pensacola to Cedar Meinhardt said. "We industry leaders to Washing Van Doren was disclosed as and small craft east of New! to Punta Gorda, Fla.j (Continued Page_____________________ advised to remain in ygECK STUNT. EITHER is AUSTIN. Tex. roar- HELENA, Mont. (AP) three tconaRO high ing break in a 10-inch girls off on a lark with three California clcspera- and propane gas line spewed does who disguised themselves with fancy cowboy the explosive fuel over a and polite manners? Or have they been kid- section of Austin early today and threatened thousands1 potential tragedy. But four hours after the Ibreak, police said the gravest, (danger of a blast appeared iended. Thc 300 to 400 per- sons who fled their home re- CPAIM ftltt i turned. rTOIll UQIIT. The propane gas collected lUipcd? FBI agents and local offi- cers seeking an answer to those questions, directed an ever-widening search today for a rose pink 1959 sedan. The girls have been tin re- ported since they stepped In thc commitlee prepared to shift attention to another tele- vision quiz show. in Page in any low place, and spark WASHINGTON W-Presi- into that car las. Friday at lor fire could set it off. clcnt Eisenhower flew back the Helena High School. They from his desert vacation to-jare Claudia Fuller, 17. Shar- THE FIRST witness as thej told of' AN OFFICIAL of Phillips day facing his own apparent.1 ron Lee McDowell, 16, and of 
                            

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