Letters to the Editor

November 22, 2013 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on JFK, Gettysburg Address, Kilroy, bus accident, KU cheer

Fifty years ago, I was doing my duty as a young soldier at the National Guard Armory on West Douglas. My first sergeant came to me where I was working in the supply room and told me to go out front and lower the flag to half-staff and then go home. He said our president had been assassinated. It was a very sad time and will never be forgotten.

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