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John F. Kennedy
JFK
We Remember .....


Those who were alive the day President Kennedy was killed can remember it "as if it were yesterday."
Ask what they we doing when the heard the news ..
and they will tell you every detail, details that were etched into their mind, never to be forgotten.

I remember that day in 1963 ... November 22nd.

As a broadcaster at a small town radio station, I saw the news as it flashed across the UPI ---
United Press International --- wire service.
Now for the first time, you can see what I saw as you view the actual sheets which were ripped from the teletype. I have saved these pages after they were read on the air. These are the actual sheets which were printed with a purple ribbon on yellow teletype paper.

Steve Singer
Micro Format, Inc.


B U L L E T I N:

PRESIDENT KENNEDY AND GOVENOR JOHN CONNALLY OF TEXAS HAVE BEEN CUT DOWN BY ASSASSINS BULLETS IN DOWNTOWN DALLAS

The first pages told of the shooting in Dallas. You will read each notice from the first "break" until the announcement that "President Kennedy is dead."


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Headline
--- Chicago Sun Times

Lincoln Crying
"Mauldin's Tribute"
published in the Chicago Sun Times - November 23, 1963


Then on November 24, 1963 at 11:24 CDT ... another news flash ....

B U L L E T I N

Lee Harvey Oswald was shot as he was being transferred to another jail.
Once again ... read the actual UPI reports up until the FLASH notification at 1:25 PM CDT ... "OSWALD DEAD"


Oswald Shot1 Oswald Shot2 Oswald Shot3 Oswald Shot4 Oswald Shot5 Oswald Shot6 Oswald Shot7


Soon after President Kennedy was assassinated ---
numerous similarities were discovered between his life and that of President Lincoln

LINCOLN

KENNEDY

Elected to Congress 1846

Elected to Congress in 1946

In his family Lincoln was a second son

In his family Kennedy was a second son

Elected President in 1860

Elected President in 1960

Assassinated on Friday

Assassinated on Friday

Assassinated by a man from the South

Assassinated by a man from the South

Killed in the presence of his wife

Killed in the presence of his wife

Shot in the Head from behind

Shot in the Head from behind

Succeeded by a Southerner

Succeeded by a Southerner

Succeeded by a man named Johnson

Succeeded by a man named Johnson

Andrew Johnson - born 1808

Lyndon Johnson - born 1908

Assassin John Booth born in 1839

Assassin Lee Oswald born in 1939

Lincoln - 7 letters in name

Kennedy - 7 letters in name

Andrew Johnson - 13 letters in name

Lyndon Johnson - 13 letters in name

John Wilkes Booth - 15 letters in name

Lee Harvey Oswald - 15 letters in name

John Booth - 9 letters in name

Lee Oswald - 9 letters in name

Known for position in Civil Rights

Known for position on Civil Rights

Wife lost child through death while in White House

Wife lost child through death while in White House

Lincoln's Secretary named Kennedy

Kennedy's Secretary named Lincoln

Kennedy's father had been the Ambassador to England at the Court of St James Lincoln's son became the Ambassador to England at the Court of St James
Lincoln died in Petersen's house (P.H.) Kennedy died in Parkland Hospital (P.H.)
Lincoln loved great literature and could recite poetry by heart Kennedy loved great literature and could recite poetry by heart
Lincoln had young children while living at the White House Kennedy had young children while living at the White House
Lincoln was famous for his wit and for telling hilarious stories and anecdotes Kennedy was famous for his wit and for telling hilarious stories and anecdotes
Lincoln's son had a pony he rode on the White House grounds Kennedy's daughter had a pony she rode on the White House grounds
Lincoln had 2 sons named Robert and Edward. Edward died young and Robert lived on. Kennedy had 2 brothers named Robert and Edward. Robert died young and Edward lived on
War was thrust upon Lincoln almost immediately after inauguration War was thrust upon Kennedy almost immediately after inauguration
Rathbone, who was with Lincoln when he was shot, was injured (by being stabbed)
Rathbone's name has 8 letters
Connally, who was with Kennedy when he was shot, was injured (by being shot)
Connally's name has 8 letters

Shot in a theatre named "Ford"

Shot in a Lincoln Automobile manufactured by "Ford"

Secretary advised Lincoln not to go to theatre

Secretary advised Kennedy not to go to Dallas

Lincoln was shot in a theatre by a man who ran to a warehouse

Kennedy was shot from a warehouse by a man who ran to a theatre

Assassin killed before being brought to trial

Assassin killed before being brought to trial


Photographer Mark Shaw recorded this moment for all who loved him.
Published in the November 29, 1963 issue of Life Magazine


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