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John F. Kennedy Memorial / Washington, DC / Dallas #198531

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 22, 1968
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(Studio) Religious and memorial services held for President John F. Kennedy.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Arlington National Cemetery) Senator Edward Kennedy visited graves of brothers John and Robert twice. President Johnson sends wreath.
REPORTER: John Hart

(Georgetown, DC) At Church of the Holy Trinity, Senator and wife attend mass for late President Father Thomas Gavigan says President' examples still with us. [PRIEST - speaks of JFK.]
REPORTER: John Hart

(Dallas, Texas) Things look same at site of President' assassination. [School Book Depository Mgr. Roy TRULLY - says can't let himself think he could have prevented killing by not giving Lee Harvey Oswald a job.] Ex-chief of police, Jesse Curry, now is chief of security in skyscraper. [CURRY - cites questions people always ask him. Feels story has been told.] [Policeman who arrested Oswald, North M. MCDONALD - tells of threats he's received Wife gets threats too.] Oswald grave shown. [Oswald's mother, Marguerite OSWALD - says will never accept way son died. Sells her personal belongings for living.] [Oswald friend, Ruth PAINE - says greatest mark he bears is how country felt about losing President] McDonald written book. Oswald's wife, Marina, having book ghost-written. Marguerite says she wants to write book. Marina received $70,000 from people after Oswald's death. Told friend it was pity Oswald couldn't enjoy easier life, too.
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd

(Studio) Marina is remarried and lives in Richardson, Texas.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Hart, John;
Rudd, Hughes
Duration:
00:06:50

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