Roderick, Dorrance D., (fl. 1963) El Paso Times [Vol. 83. No. 241 (August 29, 1963)]
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One newspaper entitled El Paso Times dated August 29, 1963. Produced for the city of El Paso and describes itself as "Traditionally it is Democratic but it will support that which it believes to be right and oppose that which it believes to be wrong regardless of political party." The newspaper contains many advertisements and a sports section, comics, investment section and classified advertisements.
The Main headline on the front page reads, "Negroes' Cause 'Advanced' Says JFK." The headline is accompanied by two photographs and an article which is continued on page six A. It also includes an article "Not Many March in Austin."
Other articles of interest include:
Little Joe Test 'Near Perfect' p.1: concerning the testing of Little Joe II the first flight in NASA's Apollo Project.
Speaking the Public Mind p.4A: Two editorials one concerning a citizen's view on the struggle for equality between races.
Fellin Tells of Seeing Two Men, Beautiful Marble Step, In Mine p. 11B: Concerning what recently rescued miner David Fellin saw while trapped in a mine in Pennsylvania for fourteen days.
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