|"Get your facts first,
and then you can distort them as much as you please." ---Mark Twain
come to sight; murder cannot be hid long." --Shakespeare
stubborn things." ---John Adams
|(The Louisville Herald)
||This gentleman was my barber back
1963. He was trimming my "Butch" at
the West End Barbershop in Louisville,
Ohio, when it was announced on TV
that President Kennedy was shot.
Mr. Lynch went out to my mother
who was in the parking lot (Cool guys
don't have their mothers come in with
them!) and told her to turn on the car
radio---that President Kennedy had
just been shot. Art was 29 at the time.
This picture is a recent photo of him.
Click here to see the barbershop.
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