The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on November 24, 1963 · Page 3
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Pantograph, Rioomlngton, Sumbyj, Ho H, 19SS A Time of Mourning 1 - - 4 : if ' iw; vni i ... ( it - i.j ft. ' s i ' 1 P' ill I ' X' " - ... 1 1 - T I 'Ml -- ? An honor guard of Marines walks along driveway leading to the early Saturday. Ambulance carrying President's body is ttw third in 'i. tt -r-v f , -r r t j 3 x a.i vMwnM An m 4v V rwviicoirkn vviuue nouse as jrresiaeni ivenneay was returned iu uie mcui&iuii m juvwv Harvard student sobs on steps of Memorial Church In Ilarvai'd yard duxing services for tlw President, a member of class of 1940. Ki- i IT' J a a( , Alt r.'' I 9 frit r "I rv,,'f11 L, 4 1 it "ysv ',bTh p. M ! . :' ;; . F ' 1 ; ' f i. 1 III . . - i m - J J Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower reflects the shock of the nation at the President's death. Former President Harry Truman makes a sad return to the White House to pay his respects. Soviet Premier Khrushchev signs register at U.S. embassy in Moscow as he presented condolences. A weeping woman wipes tears from her eyes as sha leaves services for tlie President in New York. n 7 " frt'1 V K I - ', - ?j i - Xw $ S ' " 1 I .TZtH''' V stST1 y look of diMief a picture of the nations reao- k l'V''-r' ' . . ' ' ': M"w' v" tion to the President's assassinatioa v - t; g'"'"ggg"-8g3gggg "ft'v lsa r,:f--;rV;;-:v! -v v-- '-v i r ' -. ;-;S w ; - ? 5 .. . - , . , i 1- . -r' - .- . .. . TZ V 3KI . , . - ' r , ' J ..A........A.,.fc. .M.m ..... ff wfcuwr-1 mfciM, & J V ' ' ' ' . I ' : -fj? wtomiii)&Mwtm MnmHiiiiii m mtuimmwu-fimt mgutt 1 ' Honor guard stands outside black-draped North Portico door of the White House as mourners filed past the President's casket I t . f E! L r ' (( "."Tr "" rr?isJ.T w V - ' V, t k. ... u-4i.M:SJftt l? B2L1j - ... T ' r vx 4a v l..A.t '.V '. ....... ... .' V-K -: " - - ' Several sprays of flowers lie on a grassy plot Just opposite the busy Dallas street where President Kennedy was cut down by a sniper's bullets. Mrs. Pvose Kennedy, mother of the President, attends memorial Mass at Hyannis. - , 1' . ... .. Jt' . - : ', '.' ' ' y ...... "Mi'-i' V' ',V.-'1.'-"i. ,y I . - . ' j .1 . .. i ' . ' . . I V - r J ' f ' " J , ' J ' " ' ' i Ty-zz.s -Jul ffi : i A .h WS , - : 1 . 'd 4 ' V, V'-!' ' ' t . ... m xL i iur. L,,CJ-.M'JJJ-.J" W.Vw tViwWl A child's tears and prayers could not stop the ebb of life from the President as he lay in a Dallas Hospital Prayers now are for the repose of his soul. X V '4. -4 X1 St.""' v W - ' tX -.tX' ''- MXs A. . t Ml n h nr. ; i 9A- Lt. Gov. Samuel Shapiro, right, bid goodbye to Gov. and Mrs. Otto Kerner ai they left Springfield for Washington to attend rites for the President I.

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