John F. Kennedy — LDS man remembers a friend

Sen. John F. Kennedy was staying in the Hotel Utah in 1960 and running for president when he signed a copy of his Pulitzer Prize-winning "Profiles in Courage" for Oscar W. McConkie Jr. and his wife, Judy.

"There, how do you like that," Kennedy said as he handed it to Judy.

Judy McConkie looked at the scrawled paragraph and said, "You are the worst penman I have ever seen. You are as bad as Oscar."
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