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Front section of the Dallas Times Herald with stories about Cuba, civil rights

Object Number: 1995.030.0011
Publication: Dallas Times Herald
Type of Object: Newspaper
Dimensions: 23 x 15 in. (58.4 x 38.1 cm)
Medium: Newsprint
Description
First section of the Dallas Times Herald from Wednesday Evening, April 24, 1963.

Front page headlines:
"One-Day Texas Tour Eyed: LBJ Sees Kennedy Dallas Visit: Continued Cuba Watch Revealed By Vice President"
"Integrationist Shot, Killed In Alabama"
"Space Might To Be Ours?: SAC Chief Urges Training Of Elite Astro Corpsmen," by Bob Fenley
"Military Efforts Chaotic, Warns Princeton Engineer"
"Spacemen Will Miss Good Old Dirty Earth"
"Showers Moisten City, Area"
"Report On Buildup Due: Senate Panel May Blister Cuba Intelligence 'Gap'"
"Soviet Charges Peril Hopes Of Laos Accord"

Front page image: "Vice President Johnson flays government critics at a reception for 2,000 at Baker Hotel."

Copyright 1963 the Dallas Times Herald.

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