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Eureka Humboldt Times (Newspaper) - November 23, 1963, Eureka, California
The Humboldt times sot., nov 23, 1963, Poge �z0camera s record of National tragedy murder of Lincoln is recalled fair has emphasized a my Oracle moment m the Fife a an other marts Reri president for his is the Centennial Anmer a a a a a of tin Gettysburg address when Abraham Lincoln uttered immortal words a it Hall eng to All Mankind today. John f Kennedy the Tath president of the United a a Irr Rel Pilim of the Ina lion i if Kyrm live �11 w Hisker town president Kennedy was photographed by a Frcka newspapers inc. Photographer when he spoke at the dedication of Whiskeytown dam near Redding on september 2h. There were some 0000 people on hand to hear him speak. Yesterday lie was killed the victim of an Assassin s Bullet while Riding in an open ear Oil Jim Street in Dallas Texas. Prime suspect in president s held by police Dallas a Lee 11. Oswald 21, a onetime defector to soviet Russia and now chairman of the Quot fair Plav for Cuba committee a was seized As the prime suspect in the assassination of president Kennedy. Oswald g shown Here handcuffed in the custody of the Dallas police i i telephoto 6 we must set our House in order by Jeanne Blake i weep. Not for the presi i ent. But for the american eople. The news has just reached me and although what 1 have heard s sketchy the implication tej Lear. And i weep. For we Artle people including the one or nes responsible for the Concep on of such unspeakable crime us the crime is committed in o Many ways sometimes of ious shocking and heart rend in As with the killing of our residents and even More so in be Subtle the undercover Man or which it penetrates our so piety. The crime of the Little heft employee from employer citizen from the state even rom one portion of state or Benefit of More highly rep resented area stale from Federal government. The crime of indifference. To local problems and on up to world wide needs. The indifference of the secure Man to the insecure minority group indifference of the while to the plight of the nonwhite. And it is reflected in the medium that reaches All of us the advertising in its Complex coverage has come to place the Dollar before import of message. And the status seekers with credit cards for their upward pull. And even with our j precious children. The crime of not setting High moral values we Are a Chi Istian nation. I but we Are dishonest How True i is a crooked line tins crime of the people the murder of our president truly is the last and final indication of our great need to look n retrospect to be Humble with he realization that each of us must begin from within. We must set our House in order before we can Ever dry our tears of America let not his death be in vain. City county offices Chi j 7 j City and county government offices in Eureka Cut virtually All official business Short yesterday following the assassination of president John f. Kennedy. Municipal court judge Robert n. Conners sat through Only the a morning half of the Days docket while Only one Case was heard in Superior court due to an out of town attorney involved in the trial. Most county offices maintained Token forces to handle Mere trickles of Normal business and Telephone Calls. City Hall was All but empty As of files there also employed similar measures. Meanwhile Heads of City police sheriff s office state Law enforcement and civil defense agencies reported they had been ordered to mount an around the clock Alert against any outbreak of incidents stemming from the shocking tragedy. States lies in death felled by an assassins Bullet. Abraham Lincoln was born of poor parents worked for his father As a Hoy. Through hard work Industry the Backwoods Tkv yearned a Livin mauling rails Flat boating and shoring at 23 he was a militia Captain n the Black Hawk War the first political experience n Lincoln a life came when he was elected postmaster if continued Lus education and finally it 28 became a lawyer. He served the Illinois legislature beginning the Long Road to a he presidency of the United states to be inaugurated the sixteenth president on March 4, 1861 at the same time the windows of a great conflict be when the North and South Drew nto form bringing Forth the civil War. Until Richmond fell. April 3, 1865, he was forced to carry the Brunt of the conflict alone. His j one thought was of the Union and no sooner was he assured it was saved than peace and forgiveness became his ruling Pas on four Long years he was i ridiculed statesmen fell Awa it rom him there was talk of forcing him to resign but when Victory came he As elected a second term Only to be struck Down at the very beginning by an assassins Bullet in Fords Pheater. Washington. I. C. He died the next Day april 115, 1865, aged 56 forever glorified. Emancipator of the slaves Savior of the Union. John Fitzgerald Kennedy the 35th president died at 46 years of age he too had served his country m a War. And he was still lighting the great Battle of inequality in the South. Abraham Lincoln had attempted to equalize their beginnings were in contrast. One a Man with that of poverty. The other with All wealth could provide yet they had one goal to serve the in Ion in which to y were born and. To die for it. Korkin Quot a liar Kroisi Quot lit hark from Vii Hijii it the old fashioned rocking chair came into its own again when Kennedy installed one in his White House office in front of the fireplace it had been one of his most cherished possessions for five years. Or. Janet Travell his personal physician believed that rocking in a Good High backed chair was a Fine Way to relax and was Happy that the president liked his so i much. She said she had not prescribed the Rocker however but that Kennedy had seen one like it in her new York office when he first went to her for treatment of a Back injury in 1955. A the found it exceedingly comfortable and at his request i ordered one just like it for his Senate office a or. Travell explained. He took it along to the White House when he became president. She said that such a chair is a very Good thing for anybody Back trouble or not. As a result of news stories about the presidents Rocker. Or Travell was swamped with inquiries from people who wanted to they could get chair that went Ion years ago. Fall ki111<�?~l l Irvid on Flani Street Dallas a the double dotted line Marks the path of president Kennedy Star. The single dotted line Marks the approximate path of the Bullet from the window Largo Arrow to its Impact with pres ident Kennedy. A Dallas policeman Points to a pot Small Arrow where a Bullet is believed to be embedded in the ground. This is film Street As it goes under the triple underpass. Dim where sniper Liol president dead wounded Texas governor Dallas a this window is the spot from which a in per assassinated president Kennedy and wounded governor John Connally of Texas. The presidents automobile is shown in upper right music Mun cancelled 1>y tragedy j arc at a it was announced that the Friday night performance of a a the Musie Many was cancelled out of respect for the late president Kennedy. \ special performance Wilt be held at the state theater. Tuesday. November 26. Tor those people holding tickets for Friday night. For those people who cannot attend the special performance on tuesday. Frida night tickets will be honoured at the saturday matinee. School break in nets a liar it rear cookies. Money a burglar with a penchant for cookies and Money in Small change is the object of a Humboldt county sheriffs office investigation today following a report of a break in at the Hydesville elementary it school. Principal George Baer reported a theft of some $30 which a a curved sometime after school let out wednesday afternoon. Deputies reported entry into the building was gained through a rear door with a faulty lock. Evidence of forced enter was found Only at the door to the main office from where some $25 in Small change was taken. Another $5 in Small change was taken from the teachers classroom desk As Well As a Batch of cookies. Hand Corner indicated by Black Arrow. The president was shot once in the head while Connally was hit both in the head and wrist. Police found a Rifle of foreign manufacture. Up telephoto know where the kind of out of Fash mass for president St. Mary a Catholic Church of Areata will be celebrating a High requiem mass today at 10 30 a. M. At 1102 16th Street for the late president John f. Kennedy. Hiding place of the sniper Dallas Tex. A the hiding place of the sniper whose Bullet killed president Kennedy and the window from which it was shot is shown Here. It is located on the sixth floor of the Texas school Book depository build my. Ziti
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