Most painful photo caption of the week:

It’s on page 46 of Monday’s Sun-Times, under a picture illustrating the obituary of a Secret Service agent who’d been in Lyndon Johnson’s detail the day LBJ became president:

“Thomas ‘Lem’ Johns (background right) stands behind President Lyndon B. Johnson and Johnson’s wife, Lady Bird, wearing a necklace, as they console Jacqueline Kennedy (right) moments after Johnson was administered the oath of office Nov. 22, 1963.”

When did newspapers realize they now had readers who couldn’t tell Lady Bird Johnson from Jackie Kennedy?