Church bells will toll throughout Dallas on Nov. 22 to honor President John F. Kennedy, and a moment of silence at 12:30 p.m. will mark the moment 50 years ago when he was assassinated.
That will be part of the solemn ceremony the city of Dallas has planned to commemorate the anniversary of the president's death in 1963. The ceremony, in Dealey Plaza where Kennedy's motorcade was passing when he was shot, will also feature Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough reading from the president's speeches, a ceremonial flyover and prayers, in addition to a performance by the U.S. Naval Academy's Men's Glee Club in a nod to Kennedy's military service.
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