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Reporters Walk Out on Rockefeller

November 13, 2009 |  8:00 am
 



Nov. 13, 1959, Times Cover
 
New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller’s plan for separate news conferences for print and broadcast reporters backfires when the TV and radio crews in Los Angeles walk out on him.



Nov. 13, 1959, Lovers 

Louie Malle’s New Wave film “Lovers” is just plain immoral, Philip K. Scheuer says.

Nov. 13, 1959, Sports “Bruins Tiff Wolfpack?” Keith, can you translate that for me?

 
Nov. 13, 1959: Smog clouds the view on Broadway, looking south from 1st Street ... And a temporary employee with the U.S. Forest Services admits setting the Angeles Crest fire that burned 14,000 acres and killed two firefighters.

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