April 1962

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April 21, 1962: Seattle World's Fair opens

The following events occurred in April, 1962

Contents

April 1, 1962 (Sunday)

April 2, 1962 (Monday)

April 3, 1962 (Tuesday)

April 4, 1962 (Wednesday)

April 5, 1962 (Thursday)

April 6, 1962 (Friday)

April 7, 1962 (Saturday)

April 8, 1962 (Sunday)

April 9, 1962 (Monday)

April 10, 1962 (Tuesday)

April 11, 1962 (Wednesday)

April 12, 1962 (Thursday)

April 13, 1962 (Friday)

April 14, 1962 (Saturday)

April 15, 1962 (Sunday)

April 16, 1962 (Monday)

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April 17, 1962 (Tuesday)

April 18, 1962 (Wednesday)

April 19, 1962 (Thursday)

April 20, 1962 (Friday)

April 21, 1962 (Saturday)

April 22, 1962 (Sunday)

April 23, 1962 (Monday)

April 24, 1962 (Tuesday)

April 25, 1962 (Wednesday)

April 26, 1962 (Thursday)

April 27, 1962 (Friday)

April 28, 1962 (Saturday)

April 29, 1962 (Sunday)

April 30, 1962 (Monday)

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  3. ^ R. C. Rajamani, Portraits of India's Parliamentarians for the New Millennium: Lok Sabha (Gyan Books, 2000) p14
  4. ^ "N. Orleans Schools Are Integrated", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 4, 1962, p1
  5. ^ "Food Shortage Perils Hawaii", Miami News, April 4, 1962, p1
  6. ^ "Judge Acts To End Logjam Of Ships", Eugene (OR) Register-Guard, April 19, 1962, p2
  7. ^ "Gunmen Slay Nine Lying In Their Hospital Beds", Miami News, April 3, 1962, p1
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  10. ^ "Texas Millionaire Indicted In Fraud", Toledo Blade, April 6, 1962, p19
  11. ^ Joseph M. Siracusa, The Kennedy Years (Infobase Publishing, 2004) p142
  12. ^ Irving Bernstein, Promises Kept: John F. Kennedy's New Frontier (Oxford University Press, 1993) pp143-144
  13. ^ "Bernstein, Gould Disagree; Interstin Musical Show", Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, April 12, 1962, p33
  14. ^ "Ransom 'Bargain' Is Sought", Miami News, April 8, 1962, p1
  15. ^ Jim Rasenberger, The Brilliant Disaster: JFK, Castro, and America's Doomed Invasion of Cuba's Bay of Pigs (Simon and Schuster, 2011)
  16. ^ Murry R. Nelson, The Rolling Stones: A Musical Biography (ABC-CLIO, Jul 1, 2010) p11
  17. ^ "Red Critic Jailed Again In Yugoslavia", Miami News, April 8, 1962, p12A
  18. ^ "French Vote Big De Gaulle Wins; For Algeria Pact", Miami News, April 9, 1962
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  22. ^ "Four Major Churches Open Talks For Merger", Miami News, April 9, 1962, p3A
  23. ^ Famous Art Is Recovered", Miami News, April 11, 1962, p1
  24. ^ "Pipers Perform Like Champions", Toledo Blade, April 10, 1962, p20
  25. ^ "2d Firm Raises Price", Miami News, April 11, 1962, p1
  26. ^ "Colt 45s Use Heavy Artillery", Bonham (TX) Daily Favorite, April 11, 1962, p6
  27. ^ Harry S. Pariser, Jamaica: A Visitor's Guide (Hunter Publishing, 1995) p32
  28. ^ "'Utter Contempt For 185 Million Americans'", Miami News, April 12, 1962, p1
  29. ^ "Stan Musial Leads Cardinals To 11-4 Debut Win Over Mets", Ocala (FL) Star-Banner, April 12, 1962, p12
  30. ^ "Steel Firms Face 2 Threats As U.S. Jury Opens Inquiry; Blough Defends Price Boost", Toledo Blade, April 13, 1962, p1
  31. ^ "STEEL PRICE BOOST COLLAPSES", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 14, 1962, p1
  32. ^ "Steel Price Rollback By The Clock", Toledo Blade, April 14, 1962, p1
  33. ^ Toledo Blade, April 14, 1962, p1
  34. ^ Saskatoon (Sask.) Star-Phoenix, April 14, 1962, p1
  35. ^ "THEY'RE BACK! Exiles Go Wild", Miami News, April 14, 1962, p1
  36. ^ "Baylor Bags 61, Lakers Top Celts", Milwaukee Sentinel, April 15, 1962, p3M
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  40. ^ "Arsenio Lacson of Manila Dead (pay site)". New York Times. 1960-01-11. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F70D17FE3A5E1A738DDDAF0994DC405B828AF1D3. Retrieved 2008-02-02. "The death of Mr. Lacson, who was an active and pugnacious city executive in the tradition of Fiorello La Guardia, marked the end of an era." 
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  47. ^ "Celtics Win Again But It Was Hard", Miami News, April 19, 1962, p4A; "Too Much To Beat This Year", by Arlie Schardt, Sports Illustrated, April 30, 1962, p16
  48. ^ "Brilliant Fireball Flashes In Skies", Deseret News (Salt Lake City), April 19, 1962, p1A
  49. ^ Juanita Rose Violini, Almanac of the Infamous, the Incredible, and the Ignored (Weiser Books, 2009) p
  50. ^ "Bright Meteor Explodes Near Eureka, Utah", Lodi (CA) News-Sentinel, April 20, 1962, p1
  51. ^ Milwaukee Sentinel, April 19, 1962, p3
  52. ^ Neil Sheehan, A Fiery Peace in a Cold War: Bernard Schriever and the Ultimate Weapon (Random House Digital, 2010) p400
  53. ^ Byron N. Tzou, China and International Law: The Boundary Disputes (Greenwood Publishing Group, 1990) p128
  54. ^ "SAO Leader Salan Nabbed In Algiers, Arrives In Paris", Montreal Gazette, April 22, 1962, p1
  55. ^ Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism, and the Politics of Identity (NYU Press, 2003) p35
  56. ^ "N.Y. Mourns Whalen", Miami News, April 19, 1962, p12A
  57. ^ "World's Fair Gates Swing Open", Spokane (WA) Daily Chronicle, April 21, 1962, p1
  58. ^ Bill Cotter, Seattle's 1962 World's Fair (Arcadia Publishing, 2010) p8
  59. ^ "FATAL CRASH MARS FAIR'S OPENING", Spokane (WA) Daily Chronicle, April 21, 1962, p1
  60. ^ "Brown Loses Title To Underdog Ortiz", Milwaukee Sentinel, April 22, 1962, p1-S
  61. ^ "Leafs' Late 2-Goal Spree Wins Stanley Cup", Ottawa Citizen, April 23, 1962, p15
  62. ^ George Ginsburgs, The Citizenship Law of the USSR (BRILL, 1983) p313
  63. ^ "Dud Tumbles To Moon", Miami News, April 24, 1962, p1
  64. ^ "Bucs Fail in Bid for Record 11th, 9 to 1- Mets Also Avert NL Losing Mark", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 24, 1962, p18
  65. ^ Steven A. Riess, Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball Clubs (Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006) p241-242
  66. ^ "Nikita Wins Re-Election", Youngstown Vindicator, April 24, 1962, p1
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  70. ^ "U.S. RESUMES H-TESTS WITH BLAST IN PACIFIC", Miami News, April 25, 1962, p1
  71. ^ "Big Storm In Space Set Off By Saturn", Miami News, April 25, 1962, p1
  72. ^ "Nik Will Rewrite Stalin Constitution For A 'New Look'", Miami News, April 25, 1962, p1
  73. ^ "BULLSEYE ON THE MOON!", Miami News, April 26, 1962, p1
  74. ^ "U.S., Britain Put Satellite In Orbit As World's First Cooperative Space Effort", Toledo Blade, April 27, 1962, p1
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  77. ^ Bob Mackin, The Unofficial Guide to Baseball's Most Unusual Records (Greystone Books, 2004) pp41-42
  78. ^ "Black Muslims Battle LA Police", Miami News, April 28, 1962, p1
  79. ^ Peniel E. Joseph, The Black Power Movement: Rethinking the Civil Rights-Black Power Era (CRC Press, 2006) p38
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  81. ^ Dorin Dobrincu, Transforming Peasants, Property and Power: The Collectivization of Agriculture in Romania, 1949-1962 (Central European University Press, 2009) p295
  82. ^ "Wake Forest College Is Integrated", St. Joseph (MO) News-Press, April 29, 1962, p10A
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  84. ^ "Court Kills Georgia Vote System", Miami News, April 29, 1962, p1
  85. ^ Sieglinde Gstöhl, Reluctant Europeans: Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland in the Process of Integration (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2002) p103; "Norway to Seek Seat on Market", New York Times, April 29, 1962, p8
  86. ^ Gretchen Schmidt, German Pride: 101 Reasons to be Proud You're German (Citadel Press, 2003) p117
  87. ^ "Ipswich Town, Dundee Win English, Scottis Soccer Titles", Montreal Gazette, April 30, 1962, p32
  88. ^ a b Helen Thomas, Front Row At The White House: My Life and Times (Simon and Schuster, 1999) p59; "49 Nobel Winners Kennedy's Guests", New York Times, April 30, 1962, p1
  89. ^ "Dr. Pauling Pickets JFK Before Meeting At Dinner", Miami News, April 29, 1962, p13A
  90. ^ N. John Funston, Government and Politics in Southeast Asia (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2001) pp232-233
  91. ^ Daniel Chirot, Modern Tyrants: The Power and Prevalence of Evil in Our Age (Princeton University Press, 1996) p328
  92. ^ "X-15 rockets more than 48 miles into space", Regina Leader-Post, May 1, 1962, p31
  93. ^ Ray Bonds, The Illustrated Directory of a Century of Flight (Zenith Imprint, 2003) p234