LIFE Magazine November 29, 1963

LIFE Magazine November 29, 1963 Assassination of President Kennedy

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Pg… 4 Editorial: An Intelligent, Courageous Presidency

Pg… 11 Tarzan's Paperback Comeback: The Hero of the Jungle and His Creator Emerge from Literary Limbo. By Paul Mandel

Pg… 15 LIFE Guide: Christmas Doings Across the Nation

Pg… 19 Letters to the Editors

Pg… 22 Murder of the President: An Assassin Kills John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Exclusive Pictures Show the Fatal Sequence Up Close as Bullets Strike the President and Texas' Governor Connally. President Lyndon Johnson Takes Oath of office and Flies to Washington with the Widowed First Lady and President Kennedy's Body. Homecoming of a Grief–Stricken Airborne Cabinet. Sorrow at the White House and Around the World. Theodore White Reports from Washington

Pg… 41 Fire Fighters' Tepee: Small Shelter Can Save Lives in Burning Forests

Pg… 46 Record Stamp Price: Three–Penny Hawaiian is, Pound for Pound, the Most Valuable Substance on Earth

Pg… 55 All–Purpose Anthony Newley: The British Actor–Singer–Playwright Delights the U.S.

Pg… 61 New Kinds of Fiddles: A Housewife Builds Stringed Instruments in All Sizes

Pg… 65 1913 II: Age of Innovation: In a Second Part of LIFE'S Series, a Boy's Camera Shows the Dash and Daring of the Decade and the Inventive Doings of a French Family

Pg… 72D Lyndon Johnson, the 36th President: The Humble Origins and Notable Career of John F. Kennedy's Successor

Pg… 78 Negro in the North, Part II: Power Structure, Integration, Militancy, Freedom Now: the Angry Negro's Rallying Cries are Confusing His Just and Urgent Cause. By Theodore H. White

Pg… 94 Artists' Self–Portraits: Some Great Painters Mirror Their Faces

Pg… 101 Intimate Memory of John Kennedy: A Lonely Cape Cod Beach was the President's Retreat?and the Place Where He Could be a Full–Time Family Man. Photographs by Mark Shaw

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