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Eugene L. Boone was born and raised in Dallas. He dropped out of high school and went to work for the Dallas Times Herald in the advertising department.
lined up against the east wall, and then searched the whole room east to west, just like you search a field, Boone said. you looking for something out of place, something that doesn belong. didn belong was a group of boxes slightly out of line with the others.
Boys Ranch) and earned a degree in psychology from Abilene Christian University.
Perhaps to make amends for keeping Boone waiting so many nights, the owner one day scribbled a note on a loose piece of newsprint.
figured I wasn making much headway putting people in jail, Boone said. I thought I would try reaching the kids before they got in trouble. moved to Abilene in 1976, where he worked at the Abilene Boys Ranch (now Ben Richey Gucci Belt Snake Gg
Boone, 74, has lived in Abilene off and on for the past 35 years. But on Nov. 22, 1963, he was a Dallas County Sheriff Office deputy who had planned on spending his lunch break that day watching the highly anticipated downtown visit by President John F. Kennedy.
He watched as President Kennedy, first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Gov. John Connally and Nellie Connally rode by, then drove out of sight around the corner down Elm Street.
They grabbed large flashlights, divided into groups, and spread out on the various floors. Boone and others were assigned the sixth floor.
Because local officials knew of his law enforcement background, he was asked to help create the probation departments in Jones and Shackelford counties.
Several bystanders had cameras, and Boone said he confiscated them in case anyone had captured anything relevant on their film.
others, Boone was on a sidewalk outside the Dallas County Criminal Courts Building where the sheriff offices were housed the corner of Main and Houston streets.
More importantly, he remembers exactly where he was 52 minutes later on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, staring at a rifle hidden behind boxes of books.
Abilene man recalls finding the rifle Oswald used to assassinate JFK
The plan was to drive from Love Field in a long motorcade to the Trade Mart in downtown Dallas for a luncheon. The day was sunny and warm, and Kennedy preferred riding in an open air vehicle, so the Plexiglas top of the presidential limousine was removed, and the bulletproof windows were rolled down.
As head of the nightclub and theater accounts for the newspaper, Boone was responsible for working with advertisers to create their ads.
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the film to be developed. Then Boone and other deputies went to the book depository to begin a search.
holder anytime, the note read. It was signed, Ruby. working at the newspaper, Boone also came to know a photographer named Bob Jackson.
The room was packed with boxes of books, arranged in neat stacks.
looked like someone had moved some of the boxes over slightly, to make a sort of hiding spot. It is my belief that (Lee Harvey) Oswald created this pre made spot so he could just toss the rifle on his way to the stairwell, Boone said.
was pandemonium. People were running everywhere, no one really knew what was going on, Boone said. officers just started working on their own initiative. pointed in the general direction of the knoll and the schoolbook depository, Boone said, Hermes Belt Red And Gold indicating the direction they had heard the shots come from.
Boone later learned that Oswald had been captured in Oak Cliff around the same time the rifle was discovered.
After leaving the Sheriff Department, he and his wife of 52 years, Charmaine, spent 33 years working in Christian child care across the state.
Once Boone spotted the rifle, Lt. Day and Capt. Will Fritz of the Dallas Police Department were called, and they photographed the rifle before taking it away.
Thousands of people turned out to line the motorcade route a right turn from Main Street to Houston Street, then a sharp left on to Elm Street, right in front of the book depository.
He took the cameras back to the Sheriff Office and left Hermes Belt Orange
He planned to visit five Texas cities San Antonio, Houston, Fort Worth, Dallas and Austin giving speeches, raising money, and rallying the Texas Democrats, before enjoying the weekend relaxing at Vice President Lyndon Johnson ranch. protesters while visiting Dallas. He and others advised Kennedy against visiting, but the president was determined.
In 1962, Boone left the newspaper and joined the Sheriff Department. He worked there until 1972, when he left to work at the Medina Children Home in Medina.
He was drafted into the Army, and after serving four years, went back to the Times Herald.
He spent the night of Nov. 21 in Fort Worth and delivered a brief speech outside the Hotel Texas before hopping on Air Force One for a short flight to Dallas.
He said one club owner was perpetually late with his advertising copy.
In 1964, Jackson would win the Pulitzer Prize for his photograph of Ruby shooting Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police Department headquarters.
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