DIED. Sarah Tilghman Hughes, 88, diminutive (5 ft. 1 in.), outspokenly liberal Dallas federal district judge who became the only woman ever to swear in a U.S. President when Lyndon Johnson, an old friend, summoned her to officiate aboard Air Force One after John Kennedy's assassination in 1963; of the effects of a stroke; in Dallas.
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