Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 27, 1964
Page 10
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Navy officer fiance when she currently is »utioned at near tccoapjinies the President to byJMayport. Ha. Florida today. The presidential party, ia- thjdln; Mr. trad Mrs. John- coo and their daughters, Lyn- at Jacksonville Naval Air Station on the overnight trip.' scheduled to permit the party presidential jet to helicopter for the journey to Palatkx, FU. for the Once before oa a trip to dedication of the first section ., i__ . ^ ----'of a proposed cross-Florida Italy, when Johnson was vice president. Lynda used the official entourage to keep a date da Bird, 19, and Luci Slices, with Rostnbach. who cooes New Fight in Hoffa Trial Set barge canaL After the ceremony, the presidential party win return'(UPI) -- The defense formally CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. ___ t __ _________ _ 16,-iiTmake their first stop f rom Comfort, Tex, rot fir to Jacksonville to board, the .concluded its t e s t i m o n y from the LBJ ranch. 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