Friday, November 22, 2013

The LuLac Edition #2568, November 22nd, 2013



After the news sunk in, America realized they were going to be forever changed as a people and as a nation. In the immediate hours of the event, it was up to the press, print and electronic media to make sense of things.
 Front page of the Times Leader.
What our Governor William Warren Scranton said and thoughts from "Little Studies" a popular feature of the Times Leader.

Statement from Congressman Flood in Saturday's edition of the Times Leader in top segment, directly above is a photo of Wilkes Barre residents viewing a painting of Kennedy that was displayed in a downtown bank building.
 The Wilkes Barre Record's Monday Morning edition the day of Kennedy's funeral. 

Much thanks to Tiffany Lukashefski from the Osterhout Free Library in helping me researching the news coverage of the day. 
Also thanks to my good friend Gabe at the UPS Store in Edwardsville for help in scanning. 
And Mrs. LuLac for her help in printer and IT issues.


At 8:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was in 5th grade, and the principle came in and announced to us that the President had been killed. Shortly afterwards, school was dismissed for the day. Never forget it....oh what he could have accomplished.


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