The image is hard to see here, of course, because this is a photo of a page from an early press run. (Click on the image for a bigger, somewhat more-readable view.)
The page was spotted early in the run, and many copies were destroyed before they were distributed. Still, it caused a great deal of consternation in the newsroom, and prompted this memo from Editor Carolyn Washburn.
"We stopped the presses to change the photo and threw out thousands of papers still sitting at our dock," she wrote. "Unfortunately a few thousand papers had already gone out to carriers. It was caught on the press and replated, but it still went out to several thousand homes."