President Kennedy visits a government sponsored low cost housing project and attends Mass service during his visit to Mexico.
Mexico Date:1962, July 2 Duration:3 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
President John F. Kennedy visits Mexico. The President of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy moves in a motorcade through the streets followed by a ticker tape parade. Civilians lined up on either side of the street cheer. They hold banners. A luncheon is organized in honor of President Kennedy. The President addresses a gathering. Dignitaries raise a toast. He visits the site of a government sponsored low cost housing project. Residents shake hands with the President. American and Mexican flags flutter in wind from a building. Portraits of Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos placed on buildings. President Kennedy meets Mexican officials during a table conference. They discuss new measures to reduce contamination in the Colorado River. He visits tombs of Mexican Heroes. An archbishop prays for the success of the President's visit during a Mass service. President Kennedy get in a car and heads for an airport.
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