|How does July 22, 2008 sound as the birth announcement discovery date. The “birth announcement” is on microfilm/fiche from the Honolulu public library microfilm of a notice placed in the Sunday Advertiser Aug. 13, 1961. The announcement in the “Births, Marriages, Death” section read: “Mr. and Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy., son, Aug. 4.”
The problem is, Orland Scott Lefforge owned and occupied the house at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway. The “Obamas” didn’t live there.
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In 1961 the Dunhams lived on Kamehameha Avenue, while Obama Sr. lived on 11th Avenue. The Lefforge family, including their 3 children under the age of seven were residing at the luxury home listed on Obama’s newly found birth announcement — 6085 Kalanianaole Highway.
I have never seen any evidence that Obama Sr. and Anna Dunham ever lived as a married couple anywhere.
Orland Scott Lefforge was a Professor at UH at Manoa, Dept. of Speech, before becoming an assistant to Sen. Inouye in 1967. After that he wrote a paper about “In service Training as an Instrument of Change” (1971). He was also an administrator in the UH Community College office, and a member of the Osher Institute. He died July 4, 2007 at the age of 91. His wife/companion Thelma Jones Lefforge Young died June 12, 2008.
And, lo and behold! — just 10 days after Thelma’s death — Obama’s birth announcement miraculously shows up — and guess what — the birth announcement evicts Thelma from the home she lived in her entire adult life.
Ten days is plenty of time to cut, typeset, & paste a new birth announcement. From what’s on the Internet, the announcements were scanned and emailed by the librarian in Hawaii to a blogger named Lori and then to the Texas Darlin’ blog.
Unfortunately, they should have put more time into researching a safer and more practical address. Whomever suggests that CIA is behind this has got to be joking. No one at the agency would have been so stupid as to have chosen an address that is easily traced to a family occuping the home. Nor would they have selected a property grossly beyond the means of the supposed occupants. They would have safely chosen Bear-icks or the Dunham’s address. This birth announcement was done by someone wishing to uplift the early status of their beloved leader by selecting a pricy address and not doing their homework.
It is highly improbable that the Lefforges would move an African 25 year old male and his pregnant teenage girlfriend into their home. Why would anyone want unemployed college students and a newborn baby living in their family home with their own three young children?
And since Mrs. Lefforge died 10 days prior to the appearance of the birth announcement that listed her address, we can’t ask her. But we do know that the next door neighbor testified that Obama, “his mama, and his papa never lived there.” What a tangled web of lies…
Not a shred of evidence links the Dunhams or Obamas to Kalanianaole Highway. Kalanianaole only surfaced in connection with the Obamas in July 2008. I don’t think a commemorative plaque on the old homestead will be nailed up anytime soon.
I wasn’t necessarily tying the date of the release of the Certificate with the June 12, 2008 date. I was trying to see how the sudden discovery of the birth announcement coincides with the death of the legitimate owner (witness) of the home that was alleged to be the first home of Obama.
So in other words, the recent death announcement of the 1961 resident triggers the announcement, since now it is presumed to be a “safe address” to utilize as home plate.